Those who advocate for capitalism, advocate for a society where all relationships are voluntary.  In a capitalistic society, men and women are free to cooperate or not, to deal with one another or not, as their own individual judgments, convictions, and interests dictate.  In such a society they deal with one another in terms of and by means of discussion, persuasion, and contractual agreement, by voluntary choice to mutual benefit with reason as the common standard and arbiter.

These basic ideas took thousands of years to mature and were ripened and refined through the Age of Reason, the Age of Enlightenment, the age of Reformation and through the great social revolution for liberty, prosperity and peace experienced during the late 18th and early 19th centuries in America, and the spread across the globe.

The particular cause of all FreeCapitalist Project members (also referred to as the ‘Cause of all FreeCapitalists’) is to promote the moral revolution described in the mission statement of the Project, through rugged individualism and social strength, based upon the universal principles of prosperity first advocated by America’s founding generation and most commonly referenced today in the Declaration of Independence and subsequently protected by the Constitution of the United States.

Those individuals in various locations throughout the United States and spreading from here across the globe, are engaged in a structured effort to fight for capitalism, not as a practical issue, not as an economic issue, but as it we suggested almost a full half century ago, with the most righteous pride, as a moral issue.