Can Utopia be obtained in a Capitalist Society Essay

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Can Utopia be obtained in a Capitalist Society

In a capitalist society can utopia really be obtained? I really don't think so; because if
utopia is defined as a place of ideal perfection especially in laws, government, and
social conditions, then a place where everything is perfect for everyone is not likely.
Perfection, I believe, cannot be obtained in a capitalist society because of competition.
Competition can help society in many areas, such as improving technology, forcing
individuals to work harder, and making more money for the overall economy. But ideal
perfection can't be realistic with competition.

Because of competition, in my opinion, perfection in laws cannot be attained. One reason I
think this is true is because of the many laws that governments of a capitalist society
has; such as monopoly be outlawed. Laws are not ideal perfect because they are some people
who would want to generate more money and can't because of some law that would prevent
them to do so. There might also be some ethical issues between businesses that might lead
to imperfection. There might be some common law within businesses that might be unfair for
other business that makes society imperfect. Ideal perfection means that all people in the
society are not only happy with their economic status but also have no need to improve on
that, and when we have competition playing a major part in our society, there is no chance
of improvement not happening.

Government perfection is really hard to attained because it is rare when everyone agrees
on something that the government provides. Government has to maintain not only a good
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