Communist Manifesto Rhetorical Analysis

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Karl Marx discusses in the first section of the The Communist Manifesto about how history mainly consists of class struggles. He explains how there will always be an oppressor and oppressed, where there is an ongoing battle that always ends in ruins or in revolt. He also claims that if there continues to be different classes, the wealthy and ones in poverty, there will never been an end to this conflict over power. Marx believes that if were no classes, there will no longer be strife and everyone would share equal power and wealth. In this prompt, Marx uses allusion, periodic sentences, and cause and effect to support his claim and to apply emphasis to the points he uses. Throughout the prompt, Marx uses allusion as one of his rhetorical devices
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