Yes, for the workings of “the economy” must become a collective interest, an interest beyond the scope of private-sector interests. But the government should regulate our performance differently. In the way, it governs traffic, not by determining the many destinations of travel but instead setting up rules to protect the collective safety and interests of all who wish to, if you catch my drift.
The problem we have is that we signed on, subjugate to and perpetuate a religion of economics that is fundamentally flawed, a stale and outdated model as a rebel without a cause that subscribes to the wrong normalization of truth void of evolutionary value and relevance.
Using that model makes it irrelevant who governs, for the outcome will not be what we collectively aspire to.
We must reinvent the operating-systems of humanity.