The beauty of capitalism is in the public part. (I do not find the private part that interesting.)
Capitalism itself becomes something like a public property. It has to run on all four cylinders. "The people" constitute at least one out of four cylinders, and unless they get what they need--to live a bare but comfortable sojourn on this earth--then the machine is just not working properly. We need to check the condition of the "people cylinder" to make sure the machine is working properly.
I see one billion without even good drinking water! What do you see? If the "people cylinder" of capitalism works right, capitalism works right. If not, this machine has a problem (Robert Owen). We simply need to unite "persons" with the actuality of capitalism.