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How do you compare and contrast the framework you just laid out to think about transitioning countries, and the framework to think about social change within already transitioned countries (say the U.S.)? It seems to me they'd be almost identical.

Is there a space on the list of important people for Popper's distinction between some principles of rational reform and the Platonic idea of utopian planning that caused the Soviet debacle?

http://sabhlokcity.blogspot.com/2006/07/ose-condensed-chapter-9.html

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