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Why Propertarians Can Work with Anybody

Secession is a word which has an intense negative connotation in the minds of the American public.  Up until recently just the thought of secession was liable to make somebody be labeled as a traitor to America and a racist.   680 more words


Death of a leader and the future of separatism in India's Northeast 

The death of rebel Naga leader SS Khaplang earlier this month marked the end of an era and the recent announcement of his new successor could mark the beginning of a new era for not just the Naga separatist movement but also insurgency in the Northeast of the country too. 1,078 more words

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Apostles of Disunion | Book Review

“The Civil War was fought over what important issue?”

That question begins and ends the 2001 edition of Charles B. Dew’s Apostles of Disunion. It appeared on a test administered to prospective citizens by the U.S. 913 more words

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The Ohanaeze Ndigbo has reacted to a letter written to Acting President Yemi Osinbajo by a coalition of Northern youths.

In the open letter on Monday, the youths had urged Osinbajo to facilitate the process of allowing Igbo to leave Nigeria. 352 more words

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Not My Symbols

Sam Francis—if the name registers with you, then you either relish his intelligently impish indictments of modernity or take offense at his studied lack of contemporary political sensibilities. 1,000 more words

Puerto Rican Governor Dares Texas to Secede, Eyes Texas’s Spot In The Union

San Juan, Puerto Rico—

Governor Ricardo Rosselló of Puerto Rico today issued a controversial statement on Twitter daring the US state of Texas to make good on its historically reoccurring threats to secede from America. 415 more words