Asked • 06/07/19

Does federalism lead to the separation of single states?

Federalism involves a great deal of **power sharing**, both at administrative and governmental levels. Federalism accepts the concept called '***right to self determination***' to varying degrees, including '***the right to secession***'. The right to secession has long created doubt in the minds of many that federalism leads to separatism. Is there significant evidence to substantiate the proposition that **federalism** inevitably leads to the separation of single states?

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