The free market is dead: what will replace it?

The seal of the President of the United States is seen as President Joe Biden speaks of lives lost to COVID-19 after the death toll exceeded 500,000 at the White House on February 22, 2021. Large meetings in the Oval Office at this time of Covid-19 are rare, but two weeks after his presidency, President Joe Biden decided to make an exception. It took just a few days for the number of coronavirus cases to peak in late January, and Biden sat in a stately beige chair that was doubly masked and flanked by Vice President Kamala Harris and newly re-elected Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.