Marx's Communist Manifesto
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The paper discusses the the relationship between gender and family to politics and class and how they impact the Manifesto. The paper explains that the Manifesto was authored over 150 years ago and was a blueprint plan for communism. The paper shows how relations between class and politics and gender and family are clear through the teachings Karl Marx imparts in the Manifesto. The paper discusses how Marx and Friedrich Engels accuse the bourgeoisie class of not respecting family values or females. The paper explains that the family of the bourgeoisie class will self destruct; true strong family values and respect of females as a gender will eventually rise up and overpower the bourgeois class to provide a world of equality, family love and peace.
Class and Politics
Class and Politics
From the Paper:"According to the Manifesto the development of the new social classes occurred in direct correlation with the corresponding changes and advances in the political system that went along with that class. The Manifesto claims that the oppressed class has historically played a very important revolutionary part in the development of the class system, the political advances and the development and advancement of communism itself during the process. The emerging class of the bourgeoisie played a part in the development of the other class as well because without the separation of its parts it would not have created an atmosphere for another class to emerge."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Marx, Karl. The Communist Manifesto
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