Neither. Realism over ideology. Unlike on paper, human nature is, if anything, unpredictable.
Neither extreme is the way to go. There are advantages and disadvantages to all economic strategies. It is best to take what is good about each and attempt to balance them into the best we can come up with. At the very least, deciding beforehand which is to be preferred doesn't do us any good. Both camps, in this regard, will often demonize the other. Communists will rail against the evils of capitalism, capitalists will rail against the evils of communism. They will both be right, they will both be wrong. But if we label one or the other evil, we can't sit down and have an adult conversation about any of it.
totalitarianism against women:
I favor capitalism over communism.
Well I think that while everyone should be equal under the law -- in essence everyone is not inherently equal. So when looking at what economic model or what system of government will work best it must be pragmatic. It has to work with human nature and not combat it.
The capitalists were the goodies and the Communists were the badies. Alternatively, the capitalists were the badies and the communists were the goodies.
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Questions such as "Which is better?" and "Which is best?" are incomplete and every answer misleads.
Until "for whom?" is added, they remain incomplete.
Which is better for whom? Worse for whom?
What don't you understand?