In the latest edition of Radio Free Market World Report, Mises Daily author Andy Duncan talks to Mises Daily author Roman Skaskiw about the global secession movement and particularly how this applies to the United States and the European Union.
Based largely on Roman’s recent daily, “Is the United States Too Big to Succeed? “ they examine why the world’s wealthiest countries, on a per capita basis, tend to be the smallest states, and why the major exception to this general rule, the United States, managed to avoid the trend.
Should the United States itself should be saved from secession? Why do European countries tend to be both socialist and independent? Will the world move toward a global government or a global constellation of microstates?