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Capitalism is a system in which the ownership of the means of production is divided amongst individuals. The US does not have a regulated capitalist economy because the government regulates the economy to protect the public.

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Question: The US is not a regulated capitalist economy.

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While the United States economy is primarily based on capitalist principles, it does have some elements of regulation to ensure fairness, protect consumers, and maintain stability. This economic system can be called a mixed economy or a regulated capitalist economy. Regulation is utilized to varying degrees across different industries and sectors, including labor, finance, and environmental protection, among others. In some instances, government intervention may be necessary to correct market failures or protect public interests. These regulations can take the form of laws, policies, or agencies that oversee certain aspects of economic activity. Despite the presence of regulations, the US economy still largely operates under the principles of private ownership, free enterprise, and competition. This allows for a balance between maintaining the incentives for innovation and growth and ensuring safety, stability, and a certain degree of equity for its citizens.

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May 8, 2023, 8:05 p.m.

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Published: Monday, May 8, 2023

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