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Communism during the Industrial Revolution

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Jack McKillop

on 18 October 2012

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Transcript of Communism during the Industrial Revolution

Communism during the Industrial Revolution Communism is the political theory or system in which all property and wealth is owned in a classless society by all the members of that society. With the creation of labor forces and factory manufacturing. Social changes paved the way for ideas like Communism. Karl Marx encouraged the lower class to riot and overthrow the upper class in order to free them from poverty. During the industrial Revolution the government had control of the economy. For example farmers had no rights over there land because the government had all control over lands. The Industrial Revolution was the main cause of the rise of Communism Communism's founding fathers were Karl Marx and Fredrick Ingles. Karl Mark was a German Philosopher, economist, and a sociologist. Fredrich Ingles was a Philosopher, political theorist , and an author. They both wrote the book "The Communist Manifesto." The Communist Manifesto was written in 1878. and published in London. Karl Marx saw the Industrial process as the progression of feudal economic, which he saw necessary to the development of Socialism and later Communism
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