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  1. One of the strongest arguments in favor of Central Planning in the early 20th Century was that all significant technological advances had been achieved and therefore there would never again be any Innovation to perturb the Planning.

    Central Planning, of course, can’t work if the some new invention or idea pops up unexpectedly.

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