Discuss the concept of Marxism


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Please explain the concept of Marxism. Make sure to discuss its pros and cons in society. Give a detailed answer, cite references when possible. This has to be at least 500 words.

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This is used to refer to a way in which the political, social and economic philosophies of the society are
based on the ideas that view social change in terms of economic factors. This simply means that the way
in which the activities in a country are carried depend on the politics of the land are run and thus affecting
the day to day activities.
I would like to put this in simpler terms. Marxism simply hates and undermines classes. It does not like
the fact that there is a group of people who are believed to be of more value than others. It supports the
notion of socialism. This is where people are all involved in a communal activity and that they work
together. This is to mean that they are all given equal chances and so this makes sure that they will all rise
at basically the same pace and thus there will be no preference in that these people are better than the
Pros of Marxism
1. It creates a system of true equality.
I want us to imagine a society which has no social status. A society where there is no one by the name
poor or rich. This is what Marxism offers us. This is because it makes sure that both these people have
equal opportunities in the society. There is no discrimination based on how wealthy someone is. The basic
idea of Marxism was so that we could break this. This is because the society is destroyed because several
people believe they are more worthy than others.
2. It protects the rights of unions.
We find that some people simply exploited others as they believed that they had the right. The people did
not have a voice bec...

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