The Case for Free Market Capitalism

by | Apr 23, 2020

(images from New Zealand and Hong Kong- two of the three most freest economies in the world, source:

Capitalism: A social system based on the explicit recognition of private property and non aggressive contractual exchanges between private property owners.

0:06 – Capitalism Defined

0:26 – Proper definition of capitalism

1:01 – Is capitalism moral?

2:15 – Walter Williams on history before capitalism

2:45 – Robber Barons

5:21 – “Men are not angels”

5:51 – Child labor

6:58 – Inequality

9:13 – Monopoly


17:48 – Environment

20:33 – Exploits workers

23:23 – Recession

25:28 – Who benefits?

29:17 – Further reading




About Keith Knight

Keith Knight is Managing Editor at the Libertarian Institute and host of the Don't Tread on Anyone podcast.

Our Books


Related Articles


The Sad Truth About American Foreign Policy

The Sad Truth About American Foreign Policy After America emerged as the undisputed leader of the West in 1945, however, the shocks, reversals, and humiliations at the hands of Stalin were greater than those that had caused Britain to declare war in 1939. America, however, chose a...

read more
The Only Police Reform That Matters

The Only Police Reform That Matters The Moral Parity Thesis The conditions under which a person may, in self-defense or the defense of others, deceive, lie to, sabotage, attack, or kill a fellow civilian, or destroy private property, are also conditions under which a...

read more

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This