The Communist Manifesto By Karl Marx: An Analysis

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The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx clarifies the ideas and terms of Communism for the general public. In this work, Marx explains Marxism as the structure of a unified class and state. He states one can reach this unity through the downfall of the upper-class bourgeoisie and the rise of the proletariat working class. Marx’s contempt for the bourgeoisie is largely due to their position of power. This power is determined by the bourgeoisie owning the means of production. In a new state of Communism, no person holds this unjust power over another through labor, land, or wages. In his Manifesto, Marx calls for the termination of the bourgeoisie exploitation of workers through a revolution. Throughout The Communist Manifesto, Marx focuses
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