(BrionMcClanahan.Com) While many dopes in American still hold this view–see the “Naming Commission” and Ty Seidule–the term has found new life in the 21st century.
There are multiple secession movements across the United States and people around the world are looking to decentralization as a remedy for the out of control State.
The desirability and efficacy of secession can be debated, but no one in the United States should think secession is treason or illegal.
The compact fact of the Constitution and the reserved powers of the States to secede is easily discernible.
Many libertarians have jumped on the secession train, including Ryan McMaken at the Mises Institute.
He has a new book out on the subject, and gave a nice talk about secession at the Mises…Secession in the 21st Century | Brion McClanahan Author & Historian