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Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels defined in their work the Communist Manifesto the term class conflict as athe idea that the social order is divided into classes based on conflicting economic interests They cited such historical examples as freeman and slave patrician and phleban aristocrat and commoner in the ancient world lord and serf guild-master master craftsman and journeyman who worked for a guild-master in a word oppressor and oppressed According to the Manifesto the States role in the class conflict is that of the bourgeoisie the capitalists It is described as a pitiless oppressive class the leaders of whole industrial armies with the executive ot the modern state being but a committee for managing the common affairs of the whole bourgeoisie The working class or proletariat as described in the Manifesto by the control of the bourgeoisie suffered losses of natural social ties and basic freedoms They are the privates of the industrial army described as daily and hourly slaves to the machine and were subjected to naked shameless direct brutal exploitation The Manifesto asserts that capitalist society despite its power and control is doomed because of ever increasing numbers of the proletariat and that by their evoplving organization and control they shall become the new dominating class thys making capitalism incompatible with the new society I agree with the Manifesto statementThe ruling class ideas of each age have ever been the ideas of its ruling class This is basically because I also believe the Manfesto theory regarding the parallel of the changes in mankinds consciousness with the changes in his physical and spiritual existence Above this I believe that the majority does indeed have the rule And given the theory of the Manifesto the statement is logically sound However to be literally true the statement should be The class with the majority of wealth has the rule Despite
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