Arguments for capitalism, private property, and market economies often rely upon the idea that these institutions are a response to human failings, and that under utopian conditions, we would have no need of them. Socialists are forever offering us an inferior product. Ideal capitalism is better than ideal socialism, and realistic capitalism is better than realistic socialism. The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse shows us, to our great surprise, that when we judge systems by Marxist philosophical standards, capitalism becomes the most intrinsically desirable way to live. And, surprisingly, one reason Clubhouse Capitalism becomes the most desirable way to live is that for some small percentage of us, socialism is the most desirable way to live. In the real world, capitalism encourages entrepreneurs to provide you with the things you want at prices you can afford to pay. In the ideal world, capitalism does even better: it gives you the opportunity to live in your personal utopia.