Ideas from 'Capitalism and Community' by David Conway [1996], by Theme Structure

[found in 'The Communitarian Challenge to Liberalism' (ed/tr Paul,E., Miller,F. /Paul,J.) [CUP 1996,0-521-56742-4]].

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25. Society / D. Political Doctrines / 11. Capitalism
Capitalism may actually be the best way to foster community
Capitalism is just the market, with optional limited government, and perhaps democracy
Capitalism prefers representative democracy, which avoids community decision-making
Capitalism breaks up extended families, and must then provide welfare for the lonely people
Capitalism is anti-community, by only valuing individuals, and breaking up families