Communist Manifesto By Mccarthyism Summary

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Communist Manifesto
The Communist Manifesto was written by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels in 1848. It talks about the bourgeoisie and the proletariat along with the communist. It says that conflicts in history have driven society forward. It also talks about the goal of the communism and the theory behind it. It also says that the proletariat will abolish all the private property and with this the classes will become less noticeable. It talks about the relationship between the proletariat and the communist. It also talks about what is wrong with other socialist papers. In the last section it talks about the connections between other parties and the communist.
In the Communist Manifesto it talks about what the defining characteristic of
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Basically it was considered a capitalist economy. The rounding of the cape and the discovery of America opened up this economy for the rising bourgeoisie. This happened because this opened up new markets to trade with and these markets continued to grow rapidly according to Marx. Since the markets were growing rapidly the manufacturing could not keep up and was replaced by the modern industry. The modern industry was able to keep up the rapidly increasing demands. When this happened the industrial middle class was replaced by the modern bourgeoisie. These modern bourgeoisie were the leaders of the working industries and were also considered industrial millionaires. The modern industry established the world market. When America was discovered it made the development of land communication, commerce, and navigation rapidly increase. As every from industry was increased the bourgeoisie grew as a group by increasing its capital. It then proceeded to push back the class that came from the Middle …show more content…
It was able to change society because with every step that the bourgeoisie took to grow, it also received a political advance. It says that wherever they got the upper hand, the bourgeoisie ended idyllic, patriarchal, and feudal relationships. It destroyed the ties between the humans and as Marx describes them “natural superiors and left humans with only their bare self-interest. The bourgeoisie changed a society that was run mainly of religious and political views into a society where the views were brutal and basically got rid of the human value. The human value was changed into a numerical value so in other words the population was looked as dollar signs in the eyes of the bourgeoisie. It also changed the society by changing the jobs that were looked up to like a priest or scientist and turned them into labor workers in the new society. It also made family relationships turn into money relationships. However the society is constantly changing because the bourgeoisie cannot survive without the constant revolution of production. When the way of production is revolutionized so is the relationships within society as a whole. Since the bourgeoisie has to constantly change in order to survive it must go all over the world and settle in every available space. With this the world becomes an interdependent society because everything that is needed to live is not made at home anymore so it must be shipped from other

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