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-1Jeff Kinsella In Manifesto of The Communist Party , Marx and Engels portray the bourgeoisie as the class of people that own the private property and machinery involved in various industries. They arose out of the feudal system of the Middle Ages. It has not removed the class system that was existent at this time, but rather it has created a new set of classes that, much like the old system, retains the struggle between the classes. This class system is much simpler, however. There is only two classes, the bourgeoisie and the proletariats, or the working class. The bourgeoisie embraced capitalism very readily, as they already owned much of the materials involved with industry. It was also embraced because, being private, it allowed them to control every aspect of the business, from price to production to hiring employees. Their “haves” control was exerted over the proletariats “have nots” because they had the means for production, so they hired the proletariats to work in their factories. Historically, this has more or less always been the case, with the poor working class going to work for the wealthy, landed factory owners. Marx and
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