By all means read the whole thing here, but I really want to call your attention to this one phrase:
Until the rise of high-tech companies in the 1980s, there were, for better or worse, certain understood rules that governed the behavior of large corporations.
It’s remarkable how often I encounter some version of this straight across the political spectrum (here, moderate right).
“Until the 1980s” is routinely followed by some language that translates, across a sentence or a page, as: And then there was unmitigated disaster, the consequences of which are with us still.
Yep. Until the 1980s.