Communist Manifesto

Communist Manifesto

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Communist Manifesto By Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels (Edited by). Work that requires a footprint of historical events after the middle of the XIX century began: "A specter is haunting Europe - this is the specter of communism!" On February 21, 1848 appeared the first edition of the "Communist Manifesto," printed in London. The world is no longer how to be the same after his release because of the ideas that underpin it. In the middle of the XIX century in Europe boiling Industrial Revolution. But to increase productivity and help people in their work, the new machines have a catalyst of purely human processes, so it is not surprising that at this moment is reborn and the ideology of communism, seeking solution to the acute problem of segregation in society . Marx and Engels are just philosophers and economists professing communist ideals that we call communists bad habit. Their work has been reprinted several times, is translated into all the languages in the world and is essentially a treatise on the status of economic and social relations in bourgeois societies, in addition, offers an alternative to imposing - just social existence. Manifesto comparisons between utopian socialism and communism, consider and criticize the conservative bourgeois socialism, it also outlines the ways in which the proletariat should take power, as in the steps that would have to pass such a social revolution, formulated exactly. From the standpoint of Marx and Engels, as ideologues of communism, the Socialists in the opposing camp. This means the pages on the manifesto. "Communist Manifesto" is considered one of the most - significant political philosophical works. Countries that follow Marxist ideology Significant repression against its population and foreign, giving rise to the use of the term "Communism" in a negative sense. Today many scholars and analysts recognize the correctness of Marx's future socio - economic relations.
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  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 140.61g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1507870108
  • 9781507870105

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