While the distracted politicians of the world rule their territories of maddening cities and distressed countrysides, non-responsible large corporations and socialist agencies make the most important decisions of who among the people shall work, how they shall live, what they may eat, and how much filth they will swallow. These aggregate forces, be they plutocratic or bureaucratic, roam the world, taking from here and there, competing often treacherously, and evading the rule of law that a modern liberal world code should provide.
The 2000 largest corporations of the world, with their giant webs of banks and national affiliates and dependencies, and their 2000 equivalent agencies in the socialist and partially socialized countries must be brought promptly into world associations along functional lines, and pledged to transmute their production and distribution into beneficent forms. Here is by far most of the world product.
It is not useful here to debate the number of such basic functions. Fifteen groupings can be postulated that include other functional categories besides the sheerly market-oriented: banking and finance; manufacturing; communications; transportation; agriculture and forestry; fisheries; mining; construction; distribution and services; health services; educational services; religious groups; mothers and housewives; and an aggregate of all other concerns.
The weighing of each interest in representation is determined by the number of people engaged in it and its volume of transactions where the people work and the transactions occur. The basic units of these world-sized constituencies begin to form in the ethnic communities or nation-states and proceed outward until they are organized into fifteen World Association Boards. The World Boards elect a fifth of the World Congress.