…ne tiny way to organize them — that’s existed in history for far less time than many, many others. This one subset has brought with it huge, massive problems — from runaway inequality to shattering instability to heart-stopping precarity to falling life expectancy. If we can’t question it — all those things are likely to continue.
That we disagree with the idea that there should be a legal obligation to maximize profits, above all else. That we don’t believe that an organization should be “owned” by “shareholders”, versus say employees, cities, towns, managers, or anyone else, partially or wholly. That we disagree with the idea that “shareholders” should be the only ones to manage an organization.