This book outlines the history of American antifederalism and proposes it as the philosophy of government best suited to the nation's needs in the 21st century. Its applicability is buttressed by real examples of its use and ways it can be employed to attack our most severe problems. No other book specifically connects antifederalism to our future after exploring its past. This book deals with the realities of local government and proposes solution to our main socio-economic problems that are both consistent with the philosophy of antifederalism and practical applications of localism.
Publisher: University Press of America