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Can Capitalism Reinvent Itself?

Senator Mark Warner says that the current economy isn’t working for many workers—and now is the time to fix it.
Source: Aaron Bernstein / Reuters

A workforce that that’s built on flexibility and experimentation sounds ideal. People could work a job for as long as they need. They could parcel out their labor into a a traditional nine-to-five, or work a few hours, leaving themselves time to do with as they see fit. Flexible work could help tackle questions of how best

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