The first half of the book is concerned about the science of happiness and the morality of capitalism.
Having studied overseas, Kim Jong-un himself might even understand what capitalism is.
Ultimately, do most Americans believe more in capitalism or in labor?
Without the carried interest rate, lobbyists will tell you with a straight face, the engine of capitalism would break down.
It's capitalism, I suppose: if enough of your customers go crazy, you must go crazy with them.
For another, there was no clear-cut distinction between the capitalism that owned newspapers and the capitalism that advertised.
It is a race as to whether this peninsula will be captured by communism or capitalism.
The "social question" is solved; at least we are upon the way to "social peace," capitalism is saved, socialism is sloughed off.
His position was rather that Socialism must come, simply because capitalism could not last.
He begins to see that capitalism has its good points, after all.'