Capitalism is the most just economic system.
Capitalism is the social system based upon private ownership which entails a completely uncontrolled and unregulated economy where all land is privately owned. That means the government doesn’t regulate the market in any way.
Capitalism is the only economic system based on the principle of individual rights. This means that capitalism recognizes that each and every person is the owner of his own life, and has the right to live his life in any manner he chooses as long as he does not violate the rights of others.
The American dream is created solely because of a capitalist economy. Every one of us has the dream of making it big one day and becoming rich. Capitalism gives us this opportunity because under the law we are all equal. Everyone has the same opportunities as everyone else; in a sense we are all on the same playing field.
    A. Capitalism is the only system in which freedom and liberty can really exist. Since capitalism upholds individual rights as absolutes, capitalism upholds freedom as absolute. In fact, capitalism is the complete embodiment of social justice.
1. A capitalist society is a just society because all individuals are considered equal under the law. Capitalism recognizes that it is just for a man to keep what he has earned and that it is unjust for a man to have the right to what other people have earned. Since all people must live independently under capitalism, all of the values that a person acquires must be earned.
    B. Many people have trouble accepting capitalism as a just system because of the existence of economic inequality.
1. Famous celebrities and sports stars have very large incomes for work that is perceived as trivial, and that many hard working people make incomes which pale in comparison for jobs that are shown to be a greater benefit to society. What people must realize is that it is perfectly just for an athlete or a celebrity, even with little or no education, to...