I have yet to see any good thing central planning can effectively accomplish better than inspired interdependence.
By “manage” are you suggesting that central planning has the ability to mitigate this?
Timothy Fry
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That’s not true at all. Many markets need to be heavily regulated and directed. Even the most ardent libertarian would agree with that. Wherever there’s an economic externality, pollution or health and safety in the workplace for example, central planning can and does make us all better off

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