Marx and Engels vs. Adam Smith
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This paper explains that the more politically incendiary words of Marx and Engels regarding communal ownership and Adam Smith's notion of an invisible capitalist hand, which sets all excesses of the market right, are what are remembered best by history. The author points out that Marx and Engels saw all of human society in a continual cycle of polarized class warfare between the haves and the have-nots. The paper relates that Adam Smith's defense of Capitalism, written in praise of industrialization, saw the division of labor as a boon from the consumer's and the capitalist's point of view, if not the workers.
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