Regionalism

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  • Regionalism in politics takes a variety of forms. By definition, it is the geographical expression of common interests, values, and issues that extend beyond official borders. Regionalism may operate at the level of political consciousness or identity, when loyalty to a particular region is pitted against loyalty to another region, a state, or the nation as a whole. Regionalism may manifest as a pattern of voting behavior or style of governance shared among states or other entities with similar political cultures or economies. Regionalism may also serve as a framework or technique of governance itself, such as regional or metropolitan planning. All of these forms of regionalism have made their mark on the politics of the American West.

    Modern regionalism in the West may be traced ...

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