Without ownership, capitalism (private OWNERSHIP of the means of production) cannot exist. It is predicated on the legal concept of ownership.
Nope. Ownership is a legal right, and can only be determined legally, not by might makes right.Ownership can just as easily be determined by physical power or some other attribute as by legal power - it all depends on the society. Your definition is provincial at best but unrealistic is closer to the mark.
I duly note your failure to provide any example of a company that has eliminated all it's competition and achieved monopoly status.What a load! LOL! Be thankful we don't allow monopolies.
Wrong! Though I'm sure you MUST see it that way or all is lost. LOL!
You once again display your ignorance. Ownership is a collection of legal rights to use and enjoy property, including the right to transmit it to others.Ownership does not depend on a legal framework.
Slavery is a violation of a person's ownership rights in his own body.You mean England beat us to the punch? - America wasn't a capitalist society until 1860-something?!?
What a load of horsecrap!