Capitalism is an understanding that believe the owners of capital can make an effort to achieve maximum profit. By this principle, the government can not intervene in the market to the benefit of all, but government intervention made massive profit private interests. However, capitalism actually has no universal definition that can be widely accepted. Some experts define capitalism as a system that went into effect in Europe in the 16th century until the 19th century, ie during the development of the European commercial banking, in which an individual or group can act as a specific entity that can own or trade possessions personally, especially capital goods, such as land and people to the process of change of capital goods to finished goods. To get these capitals, the capitalists have to obtain raw materials and machinery first, machine operators and laborers as well as to get more value from the raw materials. Capitalism has a long history, that since the introduction of the system of commerce that undertaken by private parties. In Europe, it is known as the guild as a forerunner to capitalism. Today, capitalism is not only seen as a way of life that wants profit. Consolidation capitalism to socialism without any alteration to make capitalism more lenient than two or three centuries ago. Adam Smith was a prominent classical capitalist economy. He considers the land is the most important thing in the pattern of production. In addition, Karl Marx and his close friend, the Friedrich Engles (1820-1895) wrote a book "Das Kapital", the content is about how the social economy or communist organized. He has a historical theory, among others; society feudalism, where the factors of production such as agricultural land owned by landlords. During forces and relations of capitalism hubunganantara prodksi will take place, but due to an increase in output and kegiatanekonomi, as it also contains the seeds of destruction of feudalism, then kapitalismepun will be destroyed and replaced with the sosialise. The period following the production relations of socialism where capitalism still contains remnants kapitlisme. During communism, people are not encouraged to work with money or material intensive.