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This collection of essays suggests that the EU and US are both cases of modern federalism at the empire political-level and scale. Distinct attributes and dynamics apply, which do not apply at the state level. Unfortunately, too often today, people treat a state in one union as equivalent to the other union rather than to one if its own states. This category mistake ignores vital differences, and, thus, is apt to result in suboptimal public policy and even governmental design.

To be sure, each union faces its own risks - dissolution being a threat for the EU and consolidation for the US. Though correcting for the passage of time, dissolution is/was a risk for both the early EU and the early US. Such a basis of comparison is optimal.

Americans and Europeans can indeed learn from each other with more perfect unions resulting.

©2017 Skip Worden (P)2018 Skip Worden

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