I am strongly attracted to the view, expressed by Matt Ridley in The Rational Optimist, that a fluid world benefits workers as workers, and benefits everyone as consumers.
At the same time, I know that families benefit from a stable world, especially when they are raising young children.
Families benefit from cheap goods reliably delivered. But families are hurt by unstably employed parents.
I do not know how to balance the exhilaration of the creative destruction of capitalism with the fulfillment of the creative nurture of families. But I think I have identified a central problem of the happy society.