Nah, that's mostly early TNG stuff, from when they got a little carried away with the whole "utopian" thing. That's hardly the foundation of the franchise, which had been around for decades before TNG came along. TOS took place in a future that was better than 1966, but it was by no means "utopian," especially out on the final frontier. Heck, every third TOS episode had them delivering vitally needed supplies to some remote colony or outpost that was suffering from a plague or famine or whatever. And, as for the people, they could get testy, jump to conclusions, have personality conflicts, screw up, commit crimes, and so on, even if our heroes' better angels usually won out in the end. "We're not going to kill . . . today."