I wonder what happens in the circular model if it turns out that one recent development shifted the center of the circle, and the action needs to be undone in some way.

If for example expanding the circle to the right proved to be too much, and the leader walks back on this expansion, does he also have to walk back on the expansion to the left in order to restore the original balance? ]]>

That is, if we assume that right and left are equal in size and have the same amount of influence on the circle. Which is doubtful, because why would they — different things don't become each other's equivalents just by being placed into an arbitrary metaphor of circle and sides.

Another question: how did inclusiveness work out for South Africa?

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