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Unformatted text preview: society. He influenced many people who were prominent rulers of foreign countries. Believed that political policy create a better social life in which a ruling set of values and institutions that combine women and men together. His influence caused many social revolutions around the globe and disagreed with capitalism and thought it had caused a situation that very few people held a piece of the wealth. Connected readily with various branches and sub-disciplines of philosophy (law and economics). Marxism builds upon this tension and states that capitalism will eventually destroy itself. Was always searching for a way to contribute more to society. Marx was not wealthy and relied on others to help him survive. He seemed to be more aof a collaborate than the innovative type of personality. Deutsch, K. L., Fornieri, J.R., (2009). An invitation to political thought. Belmont, California: Wadsworth Cengage Learning. Written Assignment 3...
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