LOA is amoral and non judgmental.
Judgments clutter the mind and obscure observations. Morality and judgments are also fluid, changing with time, societies, and even a person's life. One makes better decisions by accepting that it is what it is, so what I do about it that is best for my objective? Is it more efficient to change the system or use and benefit from it in order to achieve what one wishes, including benefiting the most people possible? Or one can choose to do both.
LessieLove, you seem to think of competitive wealth without consideration for creative wealth. When one creates, it raises the quality of life and wealth for many, sometimes the whole humanity. Today many poor people in wealthy countries live better than ancient royalties. There is generally no begrudging a wealth creator being wealthy. America went through its gloriously wealthy period with many inventions and innovations. For the last few decades, it has shifted to the competitive wealth mode, where wealth is a zero sum game. One gets by taking from others, by any means including force, and a few, be they nations, corporations, or individuals, may have so much by taking that great disparities are created. People fight for their shares of the pie, and are angry against those who have larger pieces, whereas it's much better to direct the energy to making a bigger pie or more pies to share instead. E.g. Instead of going to wars for oil, U.S. could have used the resources differently and already discovered or created clean renewable abundant energy available for all. BTW, the American Pie is really a soufflé - fiat currency indiscriminately printed without real wealth created.
There will always be inequalities. If the world's wealth is evenly divided among all individuals, in a just a few years, there will again be the rich and the poor, though not necessarily the same as before. Different people benefit differently under different systems, but the innately wealthy will thrive under any circumstances. In any case, you can't be poor enough to help the poor or sick enough to help the sick. Neither health nor wealth is really a zero sum game. They are from the Source and in abundance. You receive from the Source and spread it around, without depriving somebody else.