By John Case
The United States economy is apparently booming, but it can’t seem to correct its all-too-familiar problems. Stagnant wages for the majority of the population. Vast inequalities of wealth and income. Whole sections of the country seemingly left behind.
But there’s another economy waiting in the wings and ready to go on stage—an economy that could begin to remedy all of these problems. It’s called employee ownership.
That’s the feeling ...