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Adam Bottorff 4/8/10 Sociology Analytical Summaries The Manifesto of the Communist Party Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels had a belief system and a way of life different from many people in history around the mid 1800’s. With working class and society done in a way where the higher class ruled, Karl Marx decided to go against capitalism. Capitalism ruled the world, where the government had a hands off authority. It was where privately owned businesses did their own transactions and had their own workers. Karl and Engels believed that because of capitalism, there was a major class struggle. They wanted to know why businesses, cities and people would not change from the historic capitalist mind, to a new type of business. These struggles, that have been all throughout history according to Marx, is because the dominant and rich own the poor and unfortunate. Examples that he listed were the slaves against masters, serfs against landlords. Marx was a huge leader in the change to communism.
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course LPP 467 taught by Professor Carderelli during the Fall '11 term at Syracuse.

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