Even if legislation similar to Glass Steagal were enected it would be named after the congress people that sponsored it, so yes asking for general demands makes more seinse than asking for legislation that cannot be resurrected.
In my personal opinion we should be focused on more universal demands, such as universal access to healthcare, food, shelter, a healthy environment, etc., and changing the entire system rather than working from the pre-existing structure. However, since it the 1933 Glass-Seagall act has been discussed, I thought people might be interested in knowing what it is. here is a link to it incase anyone is curious. I am posting this for informational purposes only and not to condemn or support the act itself.