Marx And Bourgeoisies

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Marx begins this chapter by pointing out the fact that there have always been complicated hierarchy’s in society even as far back as ancient Rome we could see the clear differences between classes. He claims that society is splitting up into two even more clear cut classes, with great hostility toward each other, he call these the bourgeoisie and the proletariat. He goes on to say that the discovery of America etc. lent a hand to the rise of the bourgeoisie in that there was a rapid increase in the means of exchange and trade. He says that the feudal system no longer sufficed for the wants of the ever growing market. (Engels, 1996) Marx goes on to talk of how the bourgeoisies are also the product of massive change in modes of production and
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