Essay heading: Marx and the Bourgeoisie
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January 5, 1997
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Marx fears that the bourgeoisie has produced its own means to an end however, I plan to argue against this claim proving that Marx was too quick to assume the results of a modern class conflict.
Marx fails to foresee the possibility of success, instead assuming that with the proper conditions a proletariat rebellion is inevitable...
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What Marx believes to be self- evident is in reality a problematic claim. What Marx fails to realize is that the bourgeoisie encompass the ability to adapt to certain circumstances. Contemporary history has provided the data to display that the proletariat class can be purchased. In addition, Marx could not see that an increase in production would logically lead to an increase in wages and therefore and increased standard of living...
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