Balancing the Corporate and Commons Sectors
"Instead of having only one engine—that is, the corporate-dominated private sector—our improved economic system would run on two: one geared to maximizing private profit, the other to preserving and enhancing common wealth. These twin engines—call them the corporate and commons sectors—would feed and constrain each other. One would cater to our "me" side, the other to our "we" side. When properly balanced—and achieving that balance would be government’s big job—these twin engines would make us more prosperous, secure, and content than our present single engine does or can. And it would do this without destroying the planet."
This is Note 3 of my Notes - all published on this blog - on: Capitalism 3.0 (Preface) by Peter Barnes, Source http://www.capitalism3.com