"Capitalism: A Love Story" is Michael Moore's latest film which premiered last night in New York and will be widely released in October. In it, he criticizes our current economic system and cites examples within the context of the latest recession--and before--where it has failed to create or maintain an acceptable standard of living we all expect from it. http://money.cnn.com/2009/09/22/news/economy/michael_moore_capitalism_love.fortune/index.htm?postversion=2009092308 The recession itself and the current health care debate has more people questioning our economic system and policies now more than ever. It seems like we're one more major economic setback away from moving toward more socialist tendencies. Have we evolved past the concept that pursuing individual wealth is the greatest good one can do for our society? Is that even a truly realistic goal anymore for most of us? It seems people struggle valiently just to stay in what's considered the "middle class". Most families have both parents working all the while accumulating considerable debt that will take most of their lives to pay off. That's just to have a roof over their heads and to pay for college tuition.