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Answer 2 questions in 4 pages
Asked: Dec 11th, 2018
Instructions for Completing the TAKE-HOME FINAL ESSAY EXAM:
Write one paper in ONE FILE (i.e., a single essay that contains your 2 responses to the 2 Final Essay Exam questions). The maximum length of your entire TAKE-HOME FINAL ESSAY EXAM is 4-pages--i.e., 2 pages maximum for each of your responses to the 2 FINAL ESSAY EXAM questions for a maximum of 4 pages). Submit ONE PAPER in a SINGLE FILE via upload as a Microsoft Word attachment at this Canvas course site where the TAKE-HOME FINAL EXAM is posted. Please note that only a Non-pdf Microsoft Word document is acceptable. DO NOT SUBMIT SEPARATE FILES FOR YOUR RESPONSES TO EACH OF THE TWO QUESTIONS, BUT SUBMIT ONLY ONE FILE THAT CONTAINS BOTH OF YOUR RESPONSES TO THE TWO QUESTIONS. Points will be deducted for non-compliance with the above-stated submission instructions.
THE DUE DATE FOR SUBMISSION IS 11:59 PM ON DECEMBER 16 (SUNDAY).ANYONE WHO FAILS TO SUBMIT THEIR TAKE-HOME FINAL EXAM ESSAY BY THE ABOVE-STATED DUE DATE WILL RECEIVE AN "INCOMPLETE."
Remember to follow paper submission guidelines--i.e., mandatory typed, double-spaced, 12 font, no more than 1 inch margins around the page, and name in upper right hand corner of your paper. Use citations as appropriate. Note that the citation's section of your paper DOES NOT count towards the 4 pages maximum length of your 2 responses to the 2 essay exam questions. Ensure as well that you indicate the title of the assignment, which is Take-Home FINAL EXAM ESSAY, and indicate where your response to essay exam question #1 and question #2 begins.
This assignment is worth 300 points maximum--i.e., 150 points maximum for each of the 2 questions.
Respond to the following 2 questions:
1. Why did Marx contend that capitalism is inherently an unstable and unethical mode of economy which would eventually be replaced by a socialist mode of production? Critique Marx's views.
2. Explain and critique the Leninist thesis regarding "The State and Revolution"? What do you agree with in respect to Lenin's perspective and what do you disagree with in respect to Lenin's perspective, and explain why.