Communist Manifesto: Forgoing Battle Between Economic And Social Classes

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• In the Communist Manifesto, Marx and Engels say history as a forgoing battle between economic and social classes. They believed the battle was between the minority oppressors and the majority in which they oppressed. As history would go on, one class would victor over the other, and that would lead to the future of the rest of the society. As societies innovated and technology advanced, markets grew stronger and called for more workers. In the society Marx and Engel are referring to, the Bourgeoisies are the minority rulers and property owners, and the Proletariats are the majority laborers. Marx believed that the Bourgeoisie class exploited the Proletariats and used their labor for capital gain. In fact, at one point, the goods and services
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