Indirection, organization and solving national challenges.

"All problems in computer science can be solved by another level of indirection, except of course for the problem of too many indirections."  David Wheeler

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Wheeler_(British_computer_scientist)

More usefully, ALL PROBLEMS IN DEMOCRACY CAN BE SOLVED BY ORGANIZING WELL ENOUGH TO ADAPTIVELY LEVERAGE RATHER THAN MERELY SUFFER MORE LEVELS OF INDIRECTION.

Utilizing more levels of indirection can help, UNLESS the rate of generating indirect actions exceeds the rate of generating, receiving and analyzing feedback from the attendant inter-dependencies.

That's one tolerance limit. Size cannot outrun organizational methods.

In other words, just like an adolescent going through a growth spurt HAS to get clumsier before they can get agile again ..... every rapidly growing aggregate is constantly in danger of getting clumsier, until it notices and resorts to ORGANIZING as fast as it GROWS.
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