inevitable that when a revolution occurs, <that> the locus

dhchong

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Korean
Hi, All!

This is from "The Wealth of Humans: Work and Its Absence in the Twenty-first Century" by Ryan Avent


Shouldn't the 'that' removed?

I think the clause below 'that' corresponds with the clause below 'when' .
If the 'that' is put there , doesn't it correspond with the clause ' It is perhaps inevitable'?

Have I missed something?


It is perhaps inevitable that when a major technological revolution occurs, which undermines the security of what previously represented the ‘commanding heights’ of the economy, that the critical locus of social capital shifts from a solidarity centred on achieving an acceptable distribution of the returns to mature industries to a more adaptive, entrepreneurial social capital centred on the profitable use of new technologies within new sorts of businesses.
 
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