The virtue of excellence
I found an exception to the 'do nothing' rule. A wise dictator, especially economically, generally does nothing. However, once meddling idiots have been at the system, doing nothing is no longer the best option. Even doing the minimum isn't a good idea.For example, it would have been better if welfare had never been implemented. However, now it has been, simply ending it shouldn't be on the table - a bunch of families have had more kids than they can afford without welfare. Without welfare, best case all those kids become street urchins; worst case they starve to death. To get from here to a better situation without potential mass death requires a deft touch and a complex strategy. Logically, dictatorship is the same as a smoking habit. If you listen to your body, you can't get addicted. However, if you don't listen, you have to again not listen to cure yourself.
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