Neither of those wishful notions is supported by reality.
Both of them will soon yield to the fundamental crisis of capital scarcity.
We’re still struggling to even apprehend the damage being done to people by cell phones — and I’m not even referring to whatever microwaves actually do to brain cells.
Many find it amusing to see whole streets and campus byways filled with young people staring into their phones.
Dodd-Frank was a colossal act of misdirection of the public’s attention, an impenetrable smokescreen of legal blather in the service of racketeering.