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The first part outlines Marxs idea on history and prediction on what is yet to come He predicts a confrontation between the proletariat and the bourgeoisie the working class and the higher class Because of the main logic behind capitalism the bourgeoisie will seek more power and more wealth With them doing this the living conditions of the proletariat will decrease Numbers of proletariat will increase as well as their political awareness and will revolt against the bourgeoisie and as we see today will winMarx breaks up society into two groups Bourgeoisie and ProletariatThe bourgeoisie were developed from the serfsIt put an end to all feudal relations where it could and changed family relations from family to money relationsBrought about a value for all mans capabilitiesSince it is a need to constantly revolutionize production methods it therefore must scatter throughout the globeIt draws even the most barbaric nations into civilization due to the cheap prices of its commodities formsTo sum it all up The bourgeoisie agglomerated population centralized means of production and concentrated property in a few handsSet up massive productive forces they were valued on their quality the better the work the more valuable it was and vice versaThe proletariat was the middle class workers and tradersRevolt the proletariat does not attack against the bourgeoisie but against themselvesTheir struggle leans towards the formation of a unionIn the second part Marx discusses the importance of communism and if private property is abolished class distinctions will be as well The second part also stresses the importance of the necessity of the proletariat and bourgeoisie being common and the level of class being the sameCommunists do not with to mold the proletariatCommunists goals are to form the proletariat into a class and overthrow the bourgeoisie giving the proletariat the powerThey do not wish thought to do away with property relations generally but only in terms of the bourgeoisie abolition of private propertyBourgeoisie
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