Disadvantages Of Communism And Communism

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Since the beginning of time in history, there have always been two opposing sides fighting for their beliefs. Marx points out that as time progresses, these two opposing sides progress as well. One is the oppressor and the other is the oppressed struggling to fight off the dominant power, i.e. freeman and slave, lord and serf, and so forth. Ranks have always been incorporated into society, whether in ancient Roman time or in the Middle Ages or during the modern bourgeois society. In the modern Bourgeois society, they have formed new classes and new forms of oppression, in place of the former types, i.e. Bourgeoisie and Proletariat. Throughout the following paragraphs, issues of reason, equality, and freedom will be discussed, and how the proletariats …show more content…
Many proletariats joined the communist party because when they were under the rule of the bourgeoisie, they had no property and were incapable of expressing their opinions, but with joining the communist party, many proletariats were capable of expressing their issues. Communists main focus is to eliminate bourgeois property. “We communists have been reproached with the desire of abolishing the right of personally acquiring property as the fruit of a man’s own labor, which property is alleged to be the groundwork of all personal freedom, activity, and independence.” (Marx, 2016, pg. 83) this quote implies that communism wishes to remove the ideology that a man should attain his own property merely because they worked for it since there are many people who work and cannot acquire the basic needs for themselves and their families. Communists want to abolish the purchasing of property because the property may serve as a home for many peasants and if the bourgeoisie takes it then it will leave the peasants …show more content…
Under the bourgeoisie system, numerous proletariat families have lost the sentimentality between them, because many parents only conceived children merely to have them work and attain money for the family. Children were no longer capable of having a childhood and were forced into labor at such young age, they were merely transformed into “simple articles of commerce and instruments of labor.” (Marx, 2016, pg. 86) In contrast to the bourgeoisie children who got to live their childhood and received an education. Communism assists the middle-class people that no longer want to exploit their children by enforcing laws to prohibit child labor and to make sure that all children, regardless of their social class, receive an education. In addition, communism tries to put an end to nations or personnel exploiting other individuals or nations. “In proportion, as the antagonism between classes within the nations vanishes, the hostility of one nation to another will come to an end.” (Marx, 2016, pg. 86) Communism also abolishes religion, and morality, since that contradict the ideology of present over past. Overall, communists came out with a set of rules that are applicable to everyone with society. These rules are guidelines to how people should live from then on to prevent any of the previous mishaps that

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