Already showing your ignorance. It is the United States of America. The States make up the Union, and the people decide the course of the states.
You aren't even trying to stay on mark. You are just stringing works at a attempt for you to sound brilliant. Most Morons do that.
Again, you have been led astray, possibly by design, possibly by ignorance. During the mid-twentieth century, China most certainly did adopt communist practices, which culminated in the formation of the current regime we see today. The communist element learned their art of deception from eastern European influences, and including Russia. That deception led to the massacre of hundreds of thousands of good Chinese people, as well as the antihalation of so much great Chinese history, art and even religion. In fact, the CCP spent so much money and effort trying to export their influence, it caused the deaths of even more Chinese people due to starvation in the latter half of the 1900's.
Communism can't exist on a national level. The fact that the Chinese has military, and a whole lot of "Social" programs says they might be a socialist country. But when you add in the fact that China also has only a few government owned national businesses then your stupidity shines through.l
Socialism is not at all like Capitalism. Socialism is an all-encompasing, all consuming falsehood. It has gone by many names throughout history. The current edition even incorporates "Social" in it's very name: it indicates that it is a system of social hierarchy in which only elite members are entitled to power and control.
Like most Western Countries, we use Capitalism to make money and get the assistance of Socialism to make it possible to have that capitalism. When y ou have a Corporation make the products and the government coming in a installing things like roads, bridges, banks and more to support the people that are working for the corporation then you have a modern free country.
Capitalism is simply a description of an economic system, it has nothing to do with social bounds. Here in the greatest nation the world has ever known, we prefer a Representational Democratic system of society, which includes the allowance for whatever economic system the people see fit to implement. Personally, I prefer free market capitalism as it is the most equitable system ever: those who produce get rewarded. The only problem with it is that those who fail require support, and without a functioning community and church, people will fall through the cracks and become destitute. The Christian way was to help those people, but now that doctrine of socialism has taken root and made religion and community a "bad" thing, there is a problem. Socialism cannot allow for religion or worship of anything outside it's all-encompassing grasp: socialism IS the religion.
You leave out the fact, in order for the workers to just get to work they require roads, bridges, and a host of other Social programs. Since you claim to your version of a Capitalist, let's get you to live by that. You can no longer drive on the roads (but you don't have to be licensed to drive anymore because you can't drive on the roads) You can only drive on your own personal property. Your lights no longer work so you have better get used to sleeping when it gets dark and stay awake when it's light. Sorry, but you are going to have to shut down your Natural Gas as that's supplemented by a Social Program. I really don't know how you are even going to walk to go shopping because the sidewalks are another social program. Give up the Social Programs means that you can't access the Capitalism jobs. And you get fired or arrested for illegally using the social programs without paying for them. Without these social programs, capitalism cannot operate past a handful of employees and one single owner. Sorry, but they shut the "company store" down almost 100 years ago.