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Everything You Need to Know About The Communist Manifesto

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*Examines the lives of Marx and Engels and explains who and what inspired their ideology. *Explains each section of the Communist Manifesto and the themes. discussed in the work. *Analyzes the history that led up to the Communist Manifesto and its legacy on subsequent communist revolutions in Russia and China. *Includes pictures of Marx, Engels, and important people in their lives. *Includes a Bibliography for further reading*Includes a Table of Contents. "The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it. Karl MarxIt would be almost impossible to exaggerate the influence the Communist Manifesto and its principal author, Karl Marx, has had upon the world in the last 150 years. Marx was an influential historian, journalist and economist who is widely considered one of the first social scientists, but he is best remembered for advocating socialism, particularly the brand that would take his name. As the father of Marxism, Marx predicted that capitalistic societies, ruled by a dictatorship of the bourgeoise, would eventually give way via class struggles to a dictatorship of the proletariat, and eventually to a more stateless form of communism. The Communist Manifesto is in several respects a paradoxical document. A product of the Western European political struggles that culminated in the pan-European Revolutions of 1848, its greatest historical impact was nevertheless not felt until the following century, in countries far from Western Europe (Russia and China) that Marx and Engels would never have viewed as ripe for revolutionary activity. The Manifesto was written as a diagnosis of the ills of what is often called high industrial capitalism, yet in many ways the world it describes, in which all that is solid melts into air, sounds more like a prediction of a globalized capitalist world of political flux, virtual life, and accelerated time than a description of Marxs era, in which monarchies and established churche
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