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Main Propositions

  • Multi-unit federations. Many-unit federations in which no unit is sufficiently large to dominate tend to survive and endure. In contrast, two-unit federations tend to fail, leading to either absorption of the small unit by the large one or secession of the small, likely dominated unit.



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