Karl Marx And The Manifesto Of The Communist Party

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Karl Marx initially assumed that the occurring tribulations of the working class were consequences of capitalistic interests, and that those capitalistic interests created division amongst society. Thus, he made the decision to further mature his standpoint in the Manifesto of the Communist Party alongside Friedrich Engels whom equally supported the ideas of communism and that of Karl Marx. As a result, the two organized their ideas and created the Manifesto of the Communist Party that published in 1848. In the Manifesto of the Communist Party, Marx and Engels’ display significant support to communism because it initially proposed the ideas that all were equal (Puncher, et.al, 2190). According to the Palgrave Macmillan Dictionary of Political

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