To what extent is this analysis (as this is developed in The Communist Manifesto) still relevant? ​

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Consider the following citation from Marx and Engels’ The Communist Manifesto:

‘…the epidemic of overproduction. Society suddenly finds itself put back into a state of momentary barbarism; it appears as if a famine, a universal war of devastation had cut off the supply of every means of subsistence; industry and commerce seem to be destroyed; and why? Because there is too much civilization, too much means of subsistence, too much industry, too much commerce…And how does that bourgeoisie get over these crises? On the one hand by enforced destruction of a mass of productive forces; on the other, by the conquest of new markets, and by the more thorough exploitation of old ones.’

To what extent is this analysis (as this is developed in The Communist Manifesto) still relevant? Refer closely to Marx and Engels' text in your answer.

LENGTH 1000 words.

FORMAT Times Roman, 12 pt., double-spaced.

INCLUDE at least 2 outside scholarly sources in a bibliography and at least one from book

CHECK for spelling and grammar errors.

REMEMBER your audience. What might be obvious to you may not be obvious to the person reading your work.

OUTLINE your ideas in advance on a separate sheet of paper and consult with the professor before you start writing the essay.

PROVIDE a cover page with your name, class information, date, essay number, and word count.

NUMBER each page and staple pages together.


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Doctor_Ralph
School: UIUC

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Running Head: RELEVANCE OF MARX AND ENGELS’ COMMUNIST MANIFESTO

The relevance of Marx and Engels’ Communist Manifesto
Student’s Name
Class Information
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Word Count: 1105 Words

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RELEVANCE OF MARX AND ENGELS’ COMMUNIST MANIFESTO
Outline
Introduction: Brief Overview of the manifesto


Overproduction and its effects on social progress and development



The rise of momentary barbarism and its control of human welfare



Bourgeoisie and proletariat wars to control the social progress



Means of production and people in production

Determinant of Wages


Huge powers of New Social Systems



Competition in Capitalist forces



Authentic freedom and rights attributed to a human being



The materialistic science perspective of the social world that the two envisioned.



Loss of jobs and rise of a labor union for economic empowerment

Economic Crises


Economic Depressions and Recessions and Economic Overproduction



changes in the social system through the capitalist way of production and investments in
the superstructure



the rise of industrial proletariat, overproduction and suffering among the working class



The international and domestic context of the class struggle between the proletariat and
the bourgeoisie.

Conclusion


Capitalist are more focused on creating division within the human social formation



Capitalists pitting out one class of humanity against the other rather than uniting all
people

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RELEVANCE OF MARX AND ENGELS’ COMMUNIST MANIFESTO

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Introduction
The Communist Manifesto reflects a broader extent to the history of the movement of the
working class in the modern society which is certainly the most widespread at present. It was
written at a time when the working class and modern capitalism were in their infancy. In a span
of 1...

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