From a New York Times opinion piece about the demise of the Lord & Taylor department store: "These closures signify how the relentless march of capitalism, now accelerated by the pandemic, has robbed us of spaces to be together and to pass time slowly."
And then, later in the article: "online shopping has also enabled more ethical and inclusive fashion, if you know where to look for it. The internet enables people from all backgrounds, especially Black shoppers, gender nonconforming and trans shoppers and those with different body types, to find clothes that make them feel great without worrying about the judgment or the profiling they might encounter at retail stores. This is no small benefit: It's a huge step forward."
So "capitalism" gets blamed for closing Lord & Taylor and robbing New Yorkers of communal spaces, while "the internet" and "online shopping" get credited for defeating discrimination. It's almost like "capitalism" is the word the New York Times uses for the parts of free markets that it dislikes, while "online shopping" and "the internet" are the words the New York Times uses for the aspects of free markets that it likes.