“For those who grew up during the Cold War, capitalism meant freedom from the Soviet Union and other totalitarian regimes. For those who grew up more recently, capitalism has meant a financial crisis from which the global economy still hasn’t completely recovered.” Or as a Harvard senior who helped conduct a recent survey said, “The word ‘capitalism’ doesn’t mean what it used to.” The results of that survey found that 51% of millennials do not support capitalism. About 42% support it, giving that a group a 9% edge over those who indicated that they support socialism. (I wonder if this is just part of a plot to get us to raise their allowance.)