Karl Marx'S Theory Of Class

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May 22, 2015

 

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The system was so harsh that even if the proletariat wanted change, it was not possible because of how the system was designed. In order to gain a capitalist society, the bourgeoisie must first take complete control of the situation and become distinguised owners in a society. After they own a big and successful corporation they then have workers in which they train and make their workers believe that in order to survive they must work and brainwashing the workers to believe that working is the only option they have...
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Once this idea is engrained into the workers mind, this is all they will know how to do and will teach their children to do the same, therfore letting the main owners continue to remain the main owners of society. Marx understood this struggle between these two classes, he knew this soon would become unacceptable to the workers and they would come to a realization of the inequity in their society...
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