Don’t pit subsidiarity and solidarity against each other

For many structural reasons, the United States has two large political parties. The parties talk about many different issues, but at least for the last 50 years a core argument has been over whether American society needs “more government” or “less government.” This is inevitably an oversimplification—for example, Republicans often want a large, strong military, and Democrats often aim to curtail government intervention, such as on abortion or cannabis. But…

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