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The US Economy, in order to recover and move forward in a more equitable fashion, needs to destroy how current corporations exist and are run – and who they are run for.

We have come a long way from the days when corporations were rare and tightly controlled – having learned from the abuses of the East India Tea Company – to today, when corporations run rampant and threaten our economy, and even our very country.

We, the people of the United States of America, need to find the will within ourselves to push back and bring these giants down. We need to get back to where these corporations are only allowed to exist when they have a public benefit, their actions are limited tightly controlled. We need to get back to where Business is the main driver of tax revenue for the USA – and not the incomes of individuals.

See the article written below:

The Evolution of Corporate Power: A Call for Balance

From the fledgling days of colonial exploration to our modern globalized world, the role and influence of corporations have grown exponentially. A historical journey reveals how these entities have metamorphosed from rare, tightly controlled establishments, designed to manage specific ventures, to powerful conglomerates that sometimes overshadow nation-states.

A prime example from history is the East India Tea Company. As an emblematic representation of corporate power gone astray, this company wielded an influence that extended beyond commerce, impacting politics, governance, and the social fabric of entire nations. The unchecked power and widespread influence of the company led to multiple socio-economic issues, most notably leading to events such as the Boston Tea Party.

Fast forward to today, we see corporations that, in many ways, rival and even surpass the influence of the East India Tea Company. These organizations possess enormous financial power, have a significant say in political lobbying, and sometimes play a pivotal role in determining the economic fate of entire countries.

It’s undeniable that corporations have brought about unparalleled advancements. From tech giants that connect us instantaneously across the globe to pharmaceutical behemoths that work tirelessly to combat global health crises. However, the overarching theme that emerges is the potential danger of unchecked corporate power, which may overshadow their commendable achievements.

This is not a call against corporations or against capitalism. Rather, it is an appeal for balance and introspection. A fundamental question arises: Should corporations exist primarily for profit, or should they be aligned more closely with the broader societal good?

Our Founding Fathers, in their wisdom, designed checks and balances within the constitution to prevent any one branch of government from gaining disproportionate power. In a similar vein, we must strive to ensure that corporations serve the broader public interest. This can be achieved by revisiting the essence of corporate charters, ensuring they are granted with an explicit public benefit in mind. Their actions, just like in the days of old, must be monitored and regulated to prevent overreach.

Furthermore, there’s a pressing need to address the fiscal balance. Historically, businesses have been substantial contributors to the nation’s tax coffers. However, in recent times, an increasing burden has been placed on individual taxpayers, with corporations finding loopholes to minimize their contributions. A nation thrives when there’s a balanced distribution of fiscal responsibility. Shifting this balance back to ensure that businesses contribute their fair share will bolster public trust and ensure a healthier economic framework.

In conclusion, history teaches us that power, unchecked, can lead to significant imbalances and potential abuses. While we must recognize and applaud the progress and prosperity brought about by modern corporations, it’s equally crucial to ensure they function within a framework that aligns with the broader public good. Let’s learn from our past, adapt for the present, and secure a more balanced and prosperous future. (Written by, inspired by me)

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