The Communist Manifesto By Karl Marx And Frederick Engels

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The Communist Manifesto In 1848 Karl Marx and Frederick Engels began the Communist Manifesto, moving from socialism to communism. Marx was dissatisfied with the quality of socialist and thought most were naively idealistic. Marx set out to develop a theory on socialism grounded in a better understanding of both economics and philosophy. The Communist Manifesto is a primary source of ideas shared by Marx and Engels. The key theory Marx and Engels wanted to bring to the forefront was that social relationships and political alliances form around relations of production. In detail, people of different groups are driven by a common struggle with economic situations in order to realize their material or economic interests. In 1848 the

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