Tag Archives: Devolution

The Reinvention of England

A generation ago, English journalist and columnist Simon Heffer wrote a splendid book titled “Nor Shall My Sword,” about the resurgence of English nationalism that likely would follow in the wake of Scottish and Welsh nationalism. Granted, English identity is … Continue reading

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Britain’s Gorbachev Moment

It seems that Great Britain is arguably at the same place the decaying Soviet Union was almost 30 years ago: Either it finds a way – a constitutional mechanism – for devolving power back to the four historic British nations … Continue reading

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Robert Reich’s Two Americas

Blue and red America seem to be at permanent loggerheads. In increasing numbers, Americans in both camps are taking note of the deep cultural and political chasm that has emerged between us, one so deep that it has begun to … Continue reading

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