Im not sure that everyone see these things as problems with our society, but I do. I believe in capitalism is the best way we have found to decide how to distribute resources, but I also think we have clearly missed the mark. As such I ask how could society fix them? 1) How can we remove the personhood of corporations and instead view it as a collection of individuals? What would the resulting corporations look like? 2) How can we reward businesses more for employing people than making profits? 3) How should inheritance be handled? 4) How can we prevent the pain of future great recessions? 5) What is the logic in having a derivatives market that is larger than the actual market? 1) In my view, someone at corporations should be responsible for each negative or risky thing that they do. Corporations should not be able to lobby because it increases the limits placed on individuals and amplifies the voice of some over others. Businesses should keep running the way that they run, but employees should not be protected from prosecution nor shareholders from losses if CLEAR wrong doing can be seen. 2) I imagine that there could be a inverted graduated system in which executive pay is connected to employee income. The more employees you should be able to make, but the less of a percentage of the income. 3) If it were up to me, Id tax large inheritances heavily. While I dont think its right to take 90% of what someone has, I also think no one needs more than $10-20 million dollars no matter who their parents were. If a person deserves more than that, they should have earned it themselves. 4) Society should be structured in such a way that anyone who is looking can find a job. The great recession was not a lack of resources put deciding how to pay back people who made investments. The problem with this is we still have resources. Surely we can handle this better.