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The Communist Manifesto Reading Reflection Karl Marx, a German Philosopher, had written a Manifesto to gain the attention of the common worker to a new ideology, communism. Marx had seen the exploitation of the worker by the Bourgeoisie capitalists who had kept them in the factories through wage labor. So he wanted to lay out the problems of capitalism and how the worker could overthrow the capitalist regime and instill equal change among the masses. He laid out how the transition from the feudal society to the industrial society had caused a shift in social structure and that had caused a new clash between the classes. No longer was there a king, nobles, knights, and peasants but a mere two classes: the bourgeoisie and the proletariat. It would be only a matter of time until the proletariat rised up and took the means of production from the bourgeoisie and formed a society of their own, where the pursuit of profit would not be an aim. To Marx, the forces of production

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