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This essay examines the philosophy of Karl Marx, who argued that workers had to have control over their own production, and that until they did, they would be alienated from their own work, as well as from themselves. Marx's primary assumption was that the eradication of private property and a redistribution of wealth would lead to a workers' utopia.
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