Let me answer this even though the term inclusive is highly subject to interpretation.
Yes, inclusive growth, the growth that involves everyone with the ability to grow, is possible when capitalism is subjugated to real freedom – a form of freedom that is quite the opposite of the freedom we have today. The inconvenient truth of our current implementation of freedom is that it yields 25% of our children in the U.S. growing up in poverty, with the long-term mental disadvantages poverty is known to cause. Quite a significant exclusion and erosion of societal renewal as the downside of bronze-age capitalism.
See our in-depth blogs on the subject for more info on the essence of freedom in relation to capitalism.
Our current version of capitalism stuffed with oligarchic controls does not allow for inclusive growth. And the exact reason for our economic problems not going away any time soon until we unleash such monism of freedom. Inclusive growth is incompatible with the selective exclusivity embedded in our oligarchically controlled freedom.
With the improper implementation of capitalism tied to a monism of freedom, the dice are not just loaded to be in favor of the rich. Instead, they are also stacked in support of those who are willing to enslave themselves to the aforementioned oligarchic controls.
So, anyone can “succeed” in our current version of capitalism as long as you are willing and able to enslave yourself to oligarchically controlled systems set before you, quite the opposite of the freedom required to evolve to the best of our individual and collective ability.