It’s definitely elitist when it costs the average family hundreds of thousands of dollars.I know she’s controversial... I know many don’t like her. I don’t agree with everything she says... but she does argue passionately and makes some great points:
Monopolies exist because of government intervention. Regulations and taxes increase the barrier to entry, thus meaning less competition.I would argue that free markets aren't necessarily solely capitalist as it still exists within an anarchist style government as well. And additionally, it negates that within capitalism if a monopoly does exist, it is impossible to have a free market. (see Cable companies, Power Companies, Private Water Companies within Municipal government areas, etc).
China's capitalism is a bit weird compared to ours as they force private enterprises who want to compete to provide their employees the same benefits as working for a CCP owned company (Pension, severance, housing, and health insurance).