Comparison Of Marx And Engels 'Communist Manifesto'

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This essay will show that Marx and Engels were only somewhat justified in their conclusion, in the Communist Manifesto, that the proletariat group, which included majority of the working class and later incorporated the likes of tradespeople, shopkeepers etc., could ultimately overthrow the Bourgeoisie, which generally included the upper class, and replace them as the dominant class in society. The essay will look at the arguments, that Marx made, which could possibly provide the basis for proletariat uprising against the bourgeoisie, however it will also review the aspects of the immense power that the bourgeoisie possessed. Finally, the essay will show, to back-up it’s claim that the Marx and Engels were wrong, that Marx and Engels were

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