How can I defend an argument that states that the Inner Party cannot change the way of life the Party has established, even though they technically have the power to do so?  I was thinking...

How can I defend an argument that states that the Inner Party cannot change the way of life the Party has established, even though they technically have the power to do so?  I was thinking something along the lines of the economy collapsing if the Inner Party made changes.

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