Karl Marx - Unity of the Human Race Of all the great...

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Unity of the Human Race Of all the great classics in the treasury of Marxism, The Communist Manifesto stands out as the most popular and widely read throughout the world. With severe views, his book, The Communist Manifesto is still an important and relevant book in society, and is widely referred to in politics today. There are many examples in society today of the globalization issues that Marx predicted in his manifesto. In his book, Marx lays out the communist beliefs and theories and analyzes the consequences of bourgeoisie class has on the national market. Karl Marx divides society into two main groups: the bourgeoisie and the proletariat classes. He discusses issues, and how they affect the class struggles going on in the world then and even foresees some of the problems going on now. The Manifesto illuminates a great number of complex ideas, and Marx’s beliefs and analysis of what is happening economically to world have some truth in them today. In his writings, Karl Marx analyzes the rise of the bourgeoisie, explains its revolutionary role, and not only analyzes the intermediate classes in bourgeois society, but also mercilessly exposes the nature of capitalist exploitation and oppression. Far from being merely a criticism of bourgeois society, The Communist Manifesto directly points the way to the revolutionary overthrow of the bourgeoisie. The book establishes
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course RWS 100 taught by Professor Avner during the Fall '07 term at San Diego State.

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Karl Marx - Unity of the Human Race Of all the great...

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