The Introduction to the revised second edition summarizes the rest of the book, and is available for free.
My book chapter on this subject from the "Cambridge Handbook of Classical Liberal Thought" is now available on SSRN.
Economist Bryan Caplan reminds us that political decentralization has little value unless it is accompanied by mobility.
A plan to divide California into three states will be on the state's referendum ballot in November. If it passes and is approved by Congress, it could potentially be a significant change for the better.
This forthcoming article discusses how we can massively expand economic opportunity by making it easier for people to "vote with their feet," both domestically and through international migration.
Leading legal scholars on opposite sides of the political spectrum argue that the answer is yes. But it will not be easy to figure out how to do it.
Recent evidence suggests it actually reduces it.