A Moral Case for Capitalism There is a pervasive attitude in academia and in the culture at large that socialists are misunderstood intellectuals and capitalists are selfish, greedy pigs. What is absent in the cultural discussion is the moral case for capitalism: Foremost, that it is consistent with free will; and secondly, that it is a more ethical basis for an economy than socialism due to its just framing of labor and reward. Firstly, as the socialist Rudolf Hilferding o … Read More

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