I wish people would define what they mean by “free market capitalism”. Corporations have piggybacked on this term as if immortal gangs claiming institutional “human rights” while avoiding human income taxes and the slightest display of human empathy or concern are in any way compatible with human freedom. If they were actual humans, most of them would be in jail.
Free markets are free people acting out their free choices in the marketplace. Corporations are not people. They are emergent legal fictions constructed for shielding gangsters from legal liability. While there are some projects that require the long-term continuity that corporations provide, there’s no reason we can’t include a sunset clause in corporate charters as we used to have, so that they dissolve when the project is accomplished.