After the Michael Brown shooting and the government's heavy-handed response to the protests that followed, a wave of stories have suggested that solving St. Louis' police problems will require a great consolidation of local governments. But centralization could make things even worse, Jesse Walker writes. Fortunately, better reforms are available.
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