Capitalism and the free market as envisioned by Adam Smith - the father of Capitalism (OR the founder of free market economics) - understood that profit at any cost was not the answer:
Would Smith have stood with America's captains of industry in opposition to the National Labor Relations Act of 1935, which workers the right to form unions, engage in collective bargaining, and to strike? Not likely:
If Free Markets are the supposed Engine of Growth,
Why do they always seem to lead to a "money grab",
a greedy "land rush", with the Tax payer ALWAYS picking up the Bill?
Why do the Rich, always manage to get richer?
While those who "play by the rules", just manage to get "pink slips" and foreclosure notices?
And an endless pile of Bills?