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This is a recent TED talk, I think. Came from one of

the articles posted on pocket, the clickbait* list that comes with mobile firefox these days.
Here's that head, in plain typing. "Humanity is more important than money — it’s time for capitalism to get an upgrade."
Heres the abstract, ditto. "What capitalism prioritizes, the world does more of. So how can we change capitalism so that it focuses on what humans really want and need? Entrepreneur Andrew Yang has a surprising proposal."
Following that is a list of eleven bullet points. [Without bullets; I guess they're pacifists. Happy ]
I find all of them worth discussing, and in fact they are being discussed, jointly and severally, on- and off-line.
What do you think?

* My descriptive term, not a slur. I've often found it quite handy.

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