All social systems have competition; the difference is that under capitalism, competition for economic power results in the creation and trading of wealth, whereas in collectivist societies, competition for political power results in the plunder and destruction of wealth.

Under capitalism, competition is an economic process where men do not compete to forcibly put down others, but to raise their self-up by creating values which are potentially unlimited.

Under all collectivist systems competition is a political process where men compete not to create values but to maneuver themselves into a position to plunder and mooch the wealth of others.