Jim Anderson of Decorabilia (possibly) signs on to localization of policy and law, at least regards to drug enforcement. I don’t know if that would also apply to other areas, i.e., abortion, divorce, marraige, and so on.

Joe Carter of Evangelical Outpost has second thoughts about Mr Thompson because he favors localization, although not as local as I’d like as Thompson’s localization is at the State, not local, level. And his (stated) reason is different than mine, his being “States become laboratories for democracy and experiment with different kinds of laws.”, not local empowerment builds a sense of and reason for involvement in democracy.

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