There is obviously a lot of

There is obviously a lot of resistance here to the idea that many specialists will produce better policy than relatively few generalists. What I am missing from this topic so far is any plausible justification of that resistance.

I offered evidence for my view that many specialists are better at managing a complex system than a few generalists. Has anyone got a counter example?

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