A major criticism of free market capitalism is that it breeds a “me first” mentality. Nothing, and I mean nothing, could be further from the truth. In a free market, the only way for a person or firm to succeed is to serve their fellow man. All market transactions must be voluntary, otherwise the transaction will not occur (this is a definition I keep harping on because it is often forgotten). Therefore, both parties must offer something the other wants for a price the other finds acceptable.
Free market capitalism thrives on servitude to each other. It requires it. Socialism, communism, and crony capitalism, on the other hand, do not. Those system thrive on classes, the many working for the benefit of the few.