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Examines capitalism as a definable concept, in the absence of the various social definitions that encumbers it, detailing it's main successes and failings. Makes a comparison between capitalism and other economic models, demonstrating the main points of difference. Proposes that while capitalism is a powerful and positive mechanism, it should not be applied without due consideration of factors as a general curative for every kind of economic problem.