When you have an economic system, you put a price on everything.
All economic systems are rationing systems based on discrimination and inequality by definition; intrinsically; you cannot have an economic system otherwise; it's logically impossible.
Soviet-style communism dictates production and allocation of resources according to the view of a tiny elite at the centre. Free-market capitalism dictates production and allocation of resources on the basis of the individual's ability, something unwitting of the individual: fixed in genetics at conception; unalterable thereafter.
Economic systems hinder human progress, since there is always a limited amount of money in the pot for anything, including things of the common good: education (schools; colleges; universities); healthcare (doctors; nurses; care workers; drug development); transport (roads; railways; buses); you name it.
Economic systems are mutually exclusive to freedom and democracy: the larger your budget, the louder you can talk, and to the greater the number of people (access to media outlets, from billboard space to commercial TV airtime; in donating money to political parties and their campaigns; in lobbying for favours, including legislation favourable to you). Voting slips are the money in your pocket; not the kind you get handed at the polling station.
Economic systems produce crime.
Economic systems motivate and reward corruption: brown envelopes stuffed with money, surreptitiously passed under tables.
Economic systems maim and kill, inviting war and starvation poverty.
Isn't it time we all grew up?
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