I really wish we could edit after posting. I would also like to clairfy my word choice here: "I am willing to concede that using demographic data, a government planning commission could come up with a number of general practitioners that better meets society's demands for medical care." "I am willing to concede that using demographic data, a government planning commission could quantify how many general practitioners would be likely to meet society's future demands for medical care. But I am not so sure this appoximation would be accurate. There are too many unknowns. For now, though, let's assume the centrally planned #s better reflect the future demands for medical care within a society. Now what? How does that # on a piece of paper get turned into doctors?" (edit complete)
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