Prof. John Kincaid, author of various works on federalism, recently contributed an article to a blog hosted by London School of Economics about how federalism will counter what he considers the worst decisions made by President Trump.

In his piece, Kincaid, Robert B. and Helen S. Meyner Professor of Government and Public Service, notes that American federalism has evolved to become a mixture of dual powers and responsibilities, and cooperation and coercion between the federal government and the states. He argues that it is these facets of federalism which are and will continue to operate as a check on the worst initiatives of Donald Trump’s presidency.

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