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... do not co-operate with each other, they become dysfunctional for society and can cause different social problems that led the society toward destruction. Capitalism is a modern economic system, which leave the world upset. The imperative factor of capitalist society is accumulation of wealth that results in converting money into the divine force and diminishes the value of human, morals, and values that distinguish us from animals. The drive for capital cause necessities to turn into commodities, so that, capitalists can make more capital to invest. Thus, the contribution of capitalism can be positive for those who only concern profit but not for the society because it only enhance the materialistic life and weaken the soul that teaches us ethics and morality.
Heilbroner, Robert L. Twenty-First Century Capitalism /. Concord, Ont.: Anansi, 1992. Print.
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