Capitalism is an economic system where private individuals control the means of production, distribution and exchange in pursuit of fortune through free enterprise. Two issues with this immediately arise- greed and unplanning. Greed, which is the desire for disproportionate shares of money or resources, is a necessary part of capitalist infrastructure because it is the pursuit of fortune that propels individuals to make their businesses. Private individuals running the economy, at least to a large extent, will also mean that both there will be less economic stability as a result of a lack of structural planning and that what the capitalists produce in the market isn't necessarily what's beneficial toward the people but rather what can most likely reap profit. With these issues in mind, should capitalism be involved in an ideal society?
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