W09 Article Analysis Manifesto of the Communist Party What was the author’s primary point? (1–2 sentences) Europe is in a spectre of communism. Old Europe have alliance in holy spectre. Author wants to know where the opposition is in decried communistic opponents in power are. What are 3–4 sub-points the author was trying to make in building his or her case? (short 1–2 sentence bullets) •Communism is acknowledged by all European powers. •Communist should open their views publicly. •Communism shouldn’t be a power by itself in Europe if already acknowledged by all. •In history there’srankings in society rank by class, to be imported with beliefs that’re no public. Using examples in current events to make your case, do you agree with the author? Why or why not? I do agree with the author and communism in European powers. Many beliefs are never out in public such as modern-day religion when it comes to hierarchy and religion. If communist are acknowledged by all powers than it shouldn’tbe a power for itself. This gives no agency with other beliefs and its more dictated. In modern bourgeois society has not done away with class antagonisms, this includes modern day Europe. The Great Divide What was the author’s primary point?(1–2 sentences) There’s two different types of communist patterns, empirical and theoretical controversies. What are 3–4 sub-points the author was trying to make in building his or her case? (short 1–2 sentence bullets) •Communist exit in the first free elections are correlated with subsequent democratic Consolidation. •Communist resulted in "democracy with adjectives”.•Democratic systems hold elections that don’tfoster competition. •Rise of antireform coalitions extract private benefits from the state. Using examples in current events to make your case, do you agree with the author? Why or why not? I’m going to be honest here, there’s no telling with politics. I feel like I need to say no, because of the bias facts in this article.