The Western world needs a third economic form, one that will make a place for the spiritual purpose of living. Communism will never do it; capitalism has the chance to do it, although it has yet to make use of its chance. With all its faults, capitalism does possess a moral code of sorts whereas communism possesses none. From this lack comes the worst that could befall a people unfortunate enough to be the victim of communism's promises.
-- Notebooks Category 13: Human Experience > Chapter 2: Living in The World > # 511