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Economic decisions often have unintended consequences. Plans made to fulfil a certain set of goals can end up creating a range of unanticipated outcomes. These can be good or bad. A positive example is the development of modern football leagues in England which, perhaps surprisingly, has a lot to do with trains. The people who invested in, or managed, the early railways certainly could not have predicted how the new transport technology would create modern football.
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