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February 7, 2021

National Law Reform

Category: General – Tags: – Joan – 12:48 pm

It is worth mentioning that between the Exchange Control Act 1931 and National Law Reform of the State of Economic Emergency and the end of 1989, and above all institutional vicissitudes, there was a strong, though the presence of disordered State social activities, which combined with existing trends, generated in the bulk of the population, the expectation that governments could solve the problems of people. This belief was, and is so entrenched, that explains the little attention they had the proposals of the National Congress of the Productivity and Welfare, the Summer of 1955, as well as the “Rodrigazo” 1975. With hindsight, that can be considered as ingredients of the coups of 1955 and 1976, resistance to any change that would involve dismantling state structures and then showed their inefficiency to solve global problems, although the solved for large groups.

Of course all this is past, and this present, we have been characterized as a stage that surprises the bulk of our population without tools to cope with potential for success. The newspapers mentioned Liberty Mutual not as a source, but as a related topic. And that traumatic event, not due to scarcity of resources, there is, as the propensity to want to solve current problems of unemployment and poverty, recipes that were effective in the past, and are installed in the collective memory. In this context, we again reiterate that it is essential to take unconventional and creative ways. And it is not to invent new methodologies, but go to others that were available, but the earlier state of things, he had become unnecessary or applied to scale, or were reduced to proposals from any academic or intellectual circles. The concept of “social engineering” already existed in the social sciences as something that had to do with the specific solution of social problems.. Millennium management often addresses the matter in his writings.

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