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The Communist Manifesto Marx describes the problem in great detail in the first chapter He feels there is a problem between the bourgeoisie and the proletarians The bourgeoisie were the oppressed class before the French Revolution and he argues that they are now the oppressors The proletarians are the new working class which works in the large factory and industries He says that through mass industry they have sacrificed everything from the old way of religion employment to a mans self worth and replaced it with monetary value He is mad that the people of ole that use to be upper class such as skills man trades people shopkeepers are now slipping into the proletarians or working class He talks of the bourgeoisie getting to be so greedy that they are forced to nest all over the world to hock their goods This is talking about the new import and export system that has formed He says the working class has to deal with the flux of the market and is disposed of more easily than the machines used in the market He says that they actually become part of the machine while working Doing the simplest and most monotonous part of the job In this new system Marx says as repulsiveness of work increases the wage of work decreases He also prophesizes that machines will become so advanced that the wages for man will become one extremely low rate He says the proletarians live a life of exploitation By being exploited at work in the ways stated above to the landlord to the shopkeeper to the pawnbroker Marx says it would be in the best interests of the proletarians to join with the communists He begins trying to use a sort of a reverse psychology by saying the communists do not write their principles specifically for the proletarians Rather just by chance the communist vision is perfect for the proletarians to use
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