In all states, the majority of people are against the free entry of immigrants.
Capitalism perpetuates and sometimes intensifies social injustice through heritage.
Heritage is unjust because by this something is given to somebody without the latter having earned it.
A society in which parents' mistakes condemn the future of their children is an unjust society.
The existence of public schools, hospitals, etc. is necessary to ensure equal opportunities for children of poor families.
The existence of a significant number of public services transform capitalism into social democracy.
Capitalism's target is not to meet the demand arising from the needs of people with the analogous supply, but it is interested in the maximization of profit which imposes artificial shortages and so false best prices.
Capitalism has "natural" rates of unemployment and thus condemns a portion of people to live in poverty and insecurity.