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1 ) The growing demand for cotton cloth in the eighteenth century  threatened British (1pt)   wool producers.   monopoly over the Chinese silk trade.   naval strength because of the dramatically rising cost of sails.   educational dominance.   trade with the Americas. 2 ) Marx and the communists believed that private property (1pt)   would be the only aspect of industrial society that would survive the  revolution.   should be divided up on a more equitable basis.   would be the foundation of the post-revolutionary world.   should be abolished.   should pass into the ownership of the workers. 3 ) Marx and Engels proposed that capitalism divided people into two  classes. The classes were (1pt)   the capitalists and the bourgeoisie.   the capitalists and the proletariat.   the workers and the peasantry.   the capitalists and the middle class.   the proletariat and the nobility. 4 )
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Edmund Cartwright was responsible for the invention of the (1pt)   steam-driven locomotive.   converter.   steam engine.   power loom.   flying shuttle. 5 ) Marx and Engels believed that the final result of the socialist  revolution would be the (1pt)   "usurpation by the proletariat of the bourgeois hegemony."   "dictatorship of the proletariat."   "complete inversion of the class hierarchy."   "realization of freedom."
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course HIST 1023 taught by Professor Sommer during the Spring '10 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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