Such a system will not prevent a winnowing of power to the hands of a single family.
With power in the hands of a single family and all other citizens impoverished, the raw numbers of individuals who are poor and disenfranchised will greatly outnumber the single holding family of power.
This makes such a scenario unsafe for the ruling family and would be foolish for any nation to try such a system seriously.
Now, defend your hill instead of heckling about like a back row audience member.
People in power gobble up other people in power. That’s how the real world functions. At some point, you have a monopoly. Spreading a small bit of power evenly across the entire population acts as a safety valve allowing the powerful to remain powerful just a tiny bit less.
But it’s not. Those benefits only help 50 employee+ businesses who are big enough to self-sustain within most economies, given enough drive, market, etc.
Even 50 employee companies barely see a boost. It’s the 1000-10000+ employee companies that REALLY start to see those tax break incentives and deregulating make profit.
None of those help “guy with mortgage”. “guy with micro business” – a dime a dozen, almost zero impact on the economy.
But they want our votes.