Building a Systemic Model
Organizational models, in the form of organizational charts, written policies, and local, state, and federal laws, are designed to guide people’s actions. These structures help keep individuals and society organized and safe. Laws are for the orderly functioning of society. But as history demonstrates, when laws are overly restrictive, people will take action to achieve additional freedom. Obviously, societies must strike a balance between the control government can exert and the freedom individuals desire.
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