Washington D.C. is a bad choice for dealing with racism.

The conventional wisdom is that centralized federal power will protect minority interests. This is largely based on the perceived success of the Civil Rights Acts of the 1960s. But by and large, centralized power has been detrimental and even deadly to minorities. If you fear racism, you should create power structures that they can use.

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National Power: A Tool of Slavers

How Federal Programs Helped Rich White People and Corporations Steal Land from Poor Black Farmers

How One State Helped Desegregate the U.S. Military

The Feds are Dangerous to the Rights of Minorities

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