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Avoiding the crisis

Areas of public policy tend to have their periods of dynamism and stability. Institutional obsolescence, internal and external shock, and political factors can all lead to policy turbulence and change. The change can ameliorate these pressures and allow relative stability before a rebuilding of pressure.

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