Communism And The Communist Manifesto

3222 WordsMay 8, 201513 Pages
In this paper, I propose that the Communist Manifesto has only a weak correlation to current world. To prove this, I will explore four key factors. First, I will summarize Communism and the foundation of the Communist Manifesto using the designated class study materials. I believe that it is essential for the reader to have a baseline upon which I will then explain my position. I will also explore how Religion relates to the concept of universal justice in society and how it plays into the communist manifesto. I will then analyze the impacts that technological evolution has had in society and show that it does not always benefit mankind. Finally, I will conclude with a summary of the strengths and weaknesses of the manifesto as it relates it to the present world. Communism was a political view point that was invented by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Marx and Engels meet in 1844 and just 4 years later in 1848 they wrote and published, “The communist Manifesto”. The goal was to detail the historical development that would lead to a post-capitalist society. They wanted capitalism to die because they believed social classes would lead to world disaster. “All that is solid melts into air, all that is holy is profaned and man is at last compelled to face with sober senses his real conditions of life and his relation ions with his kind”(pg10 manifesto). Then the manifesto details the foundation of a revolutionary struggle where the Proletariat (the workers) to rise up against
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