A Marxist View Of Society Essay

1008 Words Jun 10th, 2016 null Page
A Marxist view of society is was that there are two sides in society, the ones who work and the ones who benefit from the ones who work. He also had the idea of the dialect which is a graph showing both sides of society and what comes after the revolution occurs and the two sides show up again but in a slightly different way. And when these two different sides of society show up there is class struggle and then a revolution occurs. But does this always happen? Before we can say whether it is inevitable and perpetual for these to occur I think we have to look deeper into what they both mean. Everyone that reads the news today will discover that there is class struggle in our society today. There are the CEO’s of companies that sit back and get paid for doing nothing. They get paid because the lower class, the people working for them are doing their dirty business by making sure things go smoothly for the company. And then it is said that some of the richest people on this planet pay less than the ones who work for them. Warren Buffett, an American business magnate, investor and philanthropist, and also the second richest person in the United States, said that he pays less tax rates than his secretary. This is a little part of a class struggle, and the separation between them are just growing. If we think of a corporation like McDonald’s the workers that work at all of the different stores either flipping burgers or just working the cash register, they will never become…

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