"'free market anticapitalism' is a term that raises eyebrows. Mainly because it doesn’t seem to make any sense . . . I think that existing ideas about the relationships between markets and capitalism are already confused, and that a superficial overlap in language tends to obscure the confusions that already exist. In particular, the term “capitalism” is used by almost all sides in economic debates as if it were obviously the ideal governing libertarian policy proposals, and is debated over both by nominal pro-”capitalists” and by nominal anti-'capitalists' as if it were perfectly obvious to everyone what it means."