Marx And Engels : What Five Major Revolutionary Changes Did The Bourgeoisie Bring About Through Capitalism?

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Marx and Engels: What five major revolutionary changes did the bourgeoisie bring about through capitalism? Why do Marx and Engels say these changes are bad? Pick one of the changes to discuss in Marxist terms. The five major revolutionary changes that the bourgeoisie brings about through capitalism are market economy, private property, wages, imperialism, and financial institutions. Marx and Engles say these changes are bad because they widen the gap according to income making mobility between classes inaccessible and ultimately making equality unattainable. Marx believed that the market economy worked in a capitalist society to direct repression of movements to keep the elite as elites and the lower class in the lower class. The fluidity of money in capitalism is okay, for the first few years there is no change, and people are almost equally spread. But, as time moves forward the distance between the first class and the middle class widens The same goes for the middle class to the poor and an even larger gap between the poor and the elite as I am sure you can imagine. 2. Durkheim: What term does Durkheim associate with social solidarity? How do societies achieve it organically and mechanically? What did he think threatened social solidarity? Durkheim associates the term anomie with social solidarity. He believes that solidarity or anomie is attained through an organic and mechanical solidarity. This is traditionally illustrated through solidarity through

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