At this point of writing, it is not possible to be certain how the values and behaviors that Donald Trump espoused and embodied during the 2016 election campaign and initial appointments of his administration will be manifested in what the US federal government does or does not do over the subsequent months and years. But if Trump does what he frequently said he would do, and if Congress and the Courts support it, the results may so thoroughly destroy governing forms, processes, and mores of the last 50—and perhaps 200 plus—years that those of us who have yearned for a chance to create new forms of governance will have an opportunity unequaled since 1789.[…]
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