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The Manifesto of the Communist Party Central Theme The Manifesto posits that all history can be seen as the product of a class struggle In every conflict the oppressed and their oppressors do battle seen or unseen either leading to a large upheaval and subsequent social reorganization or to the demise of each warring class In contemporary times this class struggle is embodied by the bourgeoisproletarian conflict The rise of the bourgeoisie has created that fundamental principle of economics self-interest No longer do feudal relations of power tie us together only our self-interest can stimulate action It has to quote exchanged exploitation veiled in religionfor naked brutal exploitation Contribution to my economic education The Manifesto is an apt rejoinder to our feckless modern worship of economy and consumerism The market be damned the Manifestos call for equality serves to vitalize human life as opposed to invigoration our pocketbooks We are a self-interested people and the worse off for it Communism and Socialism its parent philosophy attempt to alter this ultra-negative trend in human progression Evaluation The ideals and goals of Communism should be shared by all those who are human The execution of such ideals however requires smaller numbers than we have in our macrocommunities For Socialism or Communism to work one must create a small tribe of people 200 or so This group can then cohesively work to achieve its goals as opposed to endless infighting We are too large and too many to effectively meet out needs Practically I see no possibility for Communist government it can only on a commune or farm-type collective These collectives can of course work together creating an attractive alternative to our hyper-power American hegemony
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