do you think a American State, with the support of it's populace, should have the constitutional means of separating from the Untied States?
Or should the federal government have the power to prevent them, if they really want to go? Once you're in, you can never leave.
What say you?
Halfway in between. They can withdraw with consent of everyone else. No state lives in a vacuum, so their actions affect others. Because of this, any secession has to take into account these realities.
Obviously, our country was founded by breaking away from another country, so I never want to categorically say they can never unilaterally secede. But it has to be the gravest of circumstances that can't be remedied through some other means.