In case some can’t access WAPO, here is the gist as written in the opinion:
“The Florida Republican spoke about how American capitalism had run aground and how a different understanding of the role of business and markets could save us from drowning. He argued that business had forgotten its obligation to society, describing in detail the disintegration of families and hollowing of communities. Noting the right of workers to share in the benefits they create for their employers, he proposed taxes on stock buybacks, an expanded federal child tax credit, paid parental leave and even a national cooperative bank for domestic investment. And he posed what might be the key question of our time:
“Does our country exist to serve the interest of the market, or does the market exist to serve the interest of our nation, and of our people?”
There were a couple of links to other sourceS not paywalled that gave a background to his speech.
I think that the CEO meeting a few months ago that outlined the concept of corporations focusing on the community and workers and not just a quarterly return comes to mind.
Keeping in mind that Rubio and those CEO’s are not bleeding heart liberals, I think that there is a rising awareness that free market capitalism has responsibilities in return for that freedom.