I think this post really misses the importance of mining support for UASF/BIP148 to be practicable.
Brian Fabian Crain

Totally, and ironically to miss this point breaks the US governance analogy put forward in the rest of the post. For major changes in the U.S. you need buy in from the majority of all stakeholders (branches of government) and when you don’t get that, the change you’re trying to implement won’t have a very good chance of survival long term.

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