The pro-market, Economist Magazine is concerned about increasing concentration of production among a few businesses in many industries, reducing competition and incentives to innovate. The Economist argues for increased government regulation (!) in the form or relaxing intellectual property laws (patents) from providing too much protection to existing businesses and reducing barriers to entry (including non-compete clauses, occupational licensing requirements and regulations written by lobbyists who have captured the regulators). The revolution is needed to restore competition as the engine of capitalism and economic growth.