In any case, I have started to wonder: Do those who oppose capitalism have a fault with the system itself, or with some of the results of those who abuse the system? For those who support socialism, greed is sited as a character flaw endorsed by capitalism. Yet, I have read nowhere in capitalistic literature that greed is the goal. Greed is found in all forms of government. Different government structures simply shifts who is greedy or who is allowed to be greedy. Productivity and profitability, augmenting the industry of each individual to provide for themselves, these are the hallmarks of capitalism, not greed.
With capitalism greed is developed in the individual. With socialism, government embraces greed. With communism greed is the object of the dictator. All systems allow for greed to exist.
So outside of greed, a character trait rooted in the natural man irrespective of government structure, what fault is there with capitalism?