In all the arguments for healthcare, higher wages, shorter work weeks, and all other economic and social programs that are populating the discourse about capitalism, there is one difference between the capitalist and anti-capitalist sides that can be generalized in all their disagreements:
The anti-capitalist believes that these goods and services are being withheld from people.
The capitalist believes they are not.
Of course, if someone is going to freely have something without any cost to anyone else, it surely is bad if they are prevented from having it.
The big question: Is this an accurate description of reality?