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How have the bourgeoisie changed the world?
history is the history of class struggle. The bourgeoisie control history because they are the winners of the class struggle.
how has the work of the proletariat lost value? How have they become the slaves of the bourgeoisie?
they do not own the means of production so they have to enslave themselves to the bourgeoisie just to live
why do differences of age and sex no longer have any distinctive social validity for the working class?
because the most important thing is that everyone is a worker, not whether they are a woman or old or young.
Why is the proletariat a revolutionary class?
because to get their rights, they need a complete revolution
why are peasants, artisans and shopkeepers reactionary?
because they own the means of production so they do not want a complete revolution, they are reactionary== they will react to the complaints of the proletariat, but not agree with them that there should be a revolution. Reactionaries are against revolutions
How does the bourgeoisie exploit women, even those within their own families? In the bourgeoisie family, why does the wife represent the proletariat?
because the women work at home for no pay so they are the proletariat
what is the first step in the revolution of the working class? Once this is achieved, what happens next?
the first step is the proletariat overthrows the bourgeoisie. Then they will transform democracy.
How will nations be transformed once this revolutions succeeds?
abolition of property
heavy graduated income tax
aboliton of all rights of inheritance
confiscation of all property of rebels and immigrants
centralization of credit in the hands of the State bank
transportation and communication in the hands of the state
means of production owned by state
everyone has to work
free education for all children in public schools.
How have the bourgeoisie changed the world?
history is the history of class struggle. The bourgeoisie control history because they are the winners of the class struggle.
how has the work of the proletariat lost value? How have they become the slaves of the bourgeoisie?
they do not own the means of production so they have to enslave themselves to the bourgeoisie just to live
why do differences of age and sex no longer have any distinctive social validity for the working class?
because the most important thing is that everyone is a worker, not whether they are a woman or old or young.
Why is the proletariat a revolutionary class?
because to get their rights, they need a complete revolution
why are peasants, artisans and shopkeepers reactionary?
because they own the means of production so they do not want a complete revolution, they are reactionary== they will react to the complaints of the proletariat, but not agree with them that there should be a revolution. Reactionaries are against revolutions
How does the bourgeoisie exploit women, even those within their own families? In the bourgeoisie family, why does the wife represent the proletariat?
because the women work at home for no pay so they are the proletariat
what is the first step in the revolution of the working class? Once this is achieved, what happens next?
the first step is the proletariat overthrows the bourgeoisie. Then they will transform democracy.
How will nations be transformed once this revolutions succeeds?
abolition of property
heavy graduated income tax
aboliton of all rights of inheritance
confiscation of all property of rebels and immigrants
centralization of credit in the hands of the State bank
transportation and communication in the hands of the state
means of production owned by state
everyone has to work
free education for all children in public schools.