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Karl Marx

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Katherine Oslund

on 7 May 2010

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Transcript of Karl Marx

Karl Marx

Moderate Socialists

Marxist (extreme) Socialists
Variations of Socialism more violent
Karl Marx was this develop gradually
peaceful takeover
Thesis: Karl Marx, a communist philosopher influenced by the Industrial Revolution, believed in abolishing capitalism, changing the economy, and ended up greatly inspiring the communism system. Manifesto of the Communist Party
secret communist league
wrote manifest
guideline of communism

Industrial Revolution: Inspired Marx
Communism in contrast to capitalism
Marx: extreme socialist
"socialism cannot be brought into existence without revolution"
-factors leading to creation of communism gap in economy poor workers- provided all labor government did meet needs of employees uneven distribution of wealth reformers created socialism social and economic conditions were unfair disturbed people capitalism
Marx had a great impact on
future communistic parties
Utopian Socialists
all people could live together in peace
small settlements
share everything - profits, goods

Marx- did not believe in utopian socialism
Inequal Society
history always had inequal economy
people who owned land vs. people who didnt
constantly battling
- wealth created by labor
profits went to owners
little to laborers

SOCIAL DIVISION (Marx's beliefs)
two social classes
1. capitalists and 2. mainly workers
-workers get poorer as capitalists get richer
- eventually workers unite and revolt
The Takeover--Communism
By force revolutionaries take over government
gradually opposition will fade
people will learn benefits from classless society
each person contributes and recieves

"Communism." Student Resource Center. Detroit: Gale, 2010. Discovering Collection. Gale. David R LaRock Library. 22 Apr. 2010 <http://find.galegroup.com

"Marx, Karl (1818-1883)." UXL Biographies. Online ed. Detroit: UXL, 2003. Discovering Collection. Gale. David R LaRock Library. 27 Apr. 2010 <http://find.galegroup.com Works Cited Marx's concept - unequal wealth By: Katherine Oslund Conclusion
Works of Marx- inspired by industrial revolution
influenced modern day communism
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