Jason seems to know what he is talking about here.
Since I have set out to explore the Dhamma further, I have also explored my set of political and economic beliefs.
Capitalism is exploitative. It rests upon one class of people exploiting the masses to earn a profit off of their labor. A good example - there is something fundamentally wrong with families in 3rd world countries having no other option but to work in sweatshops, where they are paid horribly. A worker will make around 70 cents per jacket they make, and this jacket goes on to be sold for 175 dollars.
A socialist society is far more humane. It would shorten the amount of hours a person would have to work, and they would be paid more. They will have happier lives, and be able to pursue such things like meditation much more seriously, and have far healthier relationships. Anarchism is the natural extension of socialism (Stalinism is a authoritarian perversion).
Actually, Bhikkhu Bodhi talks a good deal about his opposition to such concepts as neoliberalism and free trade in this pamphlet. http://www.buddhanet.net/pdf_file/facingfuture.pdf