because that would be a legitamate free market. And, of course, despite the lack of turnover and higher productivity it would produce, no one in America wants a true, legitimate, no BS free market.
BTW, for those who say that is communism, then incorporation and investment from people "not" involved in a company is also communism. At least those who work have a vested interest in keeping the company in operation, versus our contemporary clique of vampire shareholders in America who run companies into the ground and force these companys to produce less safe, less quality products because they don't have a direct connection with the companies they are invested in. They couldn't care of the company went bankrupt as long as they get their next dividend payment. Don't let these brainwashed morons tell you that it's communism. It's actually a true, free market.
Communism is when all one's produce goes to the common distrubution hub, which means the responsible and productive provide for the irresponisble and unproductive. That sounds a lot like what passes for today's version of American Capitalism...which is neither capitalistic nor a free market.