Introduction: Economic Vision - WHAT WE ARE FOR!!!

Updated: Jul 8, 2021



We are for an economy that works best for everyone as prescribed in the Preamble to the Constitution of the United States of America. We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more Perfect Union. The ultimate or great purpose of the constitution is that "We the People" form a more perfect union. A unified family of citizens across America. The preamble to the constitution tells us that America has it backwards today. Right now when we look at how American society and the US economy operates, Man is made for the Market, where wealth and profits have the highest priority for deciding how the economy and society works. That is backwards. The preamble to the constitution which serves as the document which describes the purpose and aims of the constitutions and says that the highest priority of the constitution or what we as Americans should value most is our ability to form a more perfect union. This means that we should make the time to discover and align our mutual interests so that we can work and live together in ways that are far superior to what could be achieved if we do not work together.


Thus if we are going to be faithful to our constitution, The market is really made for Man, meaning that We the People and our mutually agreed upon interests and needs should be the first priority. A more perfect union should provide the specifications for how we make our markets work so that they work best for everyone. So, Man is not be made for the Market. The Market is made for man or the Market is made to serve the mutual and collective interest of man. The Market or the economy is made, created or designed to help man form a More Perfect Union. A competitive economic economy. An economy or market that is designed and made to work best for all Americans. We the people are the invisible hand, we through our democracy are the market makers who design our economy to work best for everyone. This is the goal, this is what we are for.


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