American capitalism is not working very well, for it consistently violates pertinent rules of nature to which all humans are subjugated (see chart). Such violations are the cause of evolutionary conflicts and accelerated human atrophy and, thus, a direct threat to the prolonging of human sustainability. The empirical evidence of which I have highlighted here ad nauseam.
But I need to warn you not to pit the US against other countries in the world, for I know, having been raised outside of the US, how other nations are merely delayed copy-cat societies gloating after our position on the economic leaderboard of power.
Without conceit, as you can glean from my unvarnished criticism of our excellence, an increasing number of us in the US are painfully aware the charade of global economic foolery is hardly relevant and worth arguing over.
I cannot think of another country than the US riding upfront and catching all the wind of attempted humanitarian excellence that, combined with the freedom to be self-critical, is also bound to be the birthplace from which a new operating-system for humanity will be born.
The United States will always do the right thing, yet only after it has exhausted all other ways not to. — Winston Churchill
We are currently in a phase where the sheer volume of band-aids applied to correct the undesired outcomes of our failed systems is leading to collective frustration and exhaustion. And, when the bottom falls out, you will be happy to know a new and better operating-system for humanity is ready to be deployed.
The one I am working on.