I caught part of an interview with a guy who wrote a book called The Big Sort.
At one point he said that “the big sort” results in experimentation at the city level but gridlock at the national level.
I’m not sure how he felt about that, but it sounds like a good thing to me.
Except for those few things that it would be really good for the federal government to get done. But who’re we kidding? They wouldn’t get done anyway. (^_^)