Eamonn Butler, of all people, hopes that it is. Once he explained his reasoning, however, I could see his point.
"Capitalism as we know it is a creature of the regulatory authorities, who've messed it up good and proper" he argues. But frankly, that's just the start of it. Our supposedly capitalist system often looks more like Corporate Statism than any free market that our liberal forebears in the C18th and C19th would have recognised or welcomed. Big businesses larded with subsidies; investors insured by the taxpayer against bad investment; bankers bailed out to the tune of hundreds of billions of pounds.
The sooner that that sham capitalism is swept away and replaced by free exchange of goods, services, capital and labour without interference, impedence or assistance from politicians the better we will all be.