What is the significance of the transition from feudalism to capitalism in the “The Communist Manifesto?”

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A. Why is it important to shift from feudalism to capitalism to achieve social transformation?
B. How does the shift to capitalism lead the way to socialism?
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The Significance of Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism in the “Communist Manifesto”
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COMMUNIST MANIFESTO

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Written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, the communist manifesto was inspired by the
social, political and economic turmoil experienced between the bourgeois and proletariat classes
in Europe in the 18th Century. The manifesto was purposely to explain the objectives of
communism; it suggests that class struggles and exploitation are the fuels of development. The
class relates to production, in feudal lords exploits peasant to amerce wealth, as Marx explains
the exploitation limits were determined by the boundaries of the walls of the feudal lord's
stomachs. However, the relationship ceases compatibility with production forces that emerged a...

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