Role Of Socialism In The Labour Movement

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Socialism in the Labour Movement in the United State
(IWW case)
The ideology of Marxism has been around since tens of years ago. Even so, the ideology is still carry great influence in the world economic system. Class conflict between labor-employer brings an interesting study to be discussed. There are always differences of interest between the working class and the employer mutually contradictory. If the workers wanted wage rises, then the employer 's profits will decline. But in an economic system, the maximum profit is the ultimate goal. This is where the contradiction of class are derived. To earn a decent income, and get out of the pressure the employer then labour must rise up against the employer and took over the entire production factors of capital and industrial tools. The emergence of globalization brings new changes to the form of the labour struggle. If they want to take, then the factors of production in the present they are demanding wages according to can live with worthy. In this paper, I will discuss the socialism in the context of United States labour movement in the modern era. Socialism is often carried by the workers to fight for their interests. Capitalism became the base of employers (entrepreneurs) in carrying out its business for maximum profits menangguk. Hence a conflict of interest between socialism and capitalism was inevitable.
Keyword : Marxism, Socialism, Capitalism, labor movement

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