The Manifesto: Relationship Between The Proletarians And The Bourgeoisie

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During the first section of the Manifesto; where it discusses the Communists’ theory of history and the relationship between the proletarians and the bourgeoisie; in order for Communism to be considered a revolution, it must have five things structurally. First, there must be a financial crisis of the state. Bourgeoisie had a taxable “third estate” of monarchy which helped in modes of production and exchange. Second, there must be growing alienation and opposition of the elites. There was a feudal system of industry where new markets were not thought about and guild masters were pushed aside. Third, there must be revolutionary mobilization that built on some form of increasingly widespread popular anger at injustice. Bourgeoisie exploited the
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