MARXISM BY KARL MARX

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Running Head: MARXISMTITLE: CONCEPT OF MARXISM.SCHOOL: UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA.COURSE: HISTORY.Running Head: MARXISMQUESTION.1. Explain the concept of Marxism.ANSWERS.Marxism is the philosophy introduced by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, German philosophers.It is both political as well as economical. This philosophy analyzes class relations while dealingwith rising societal conflicts by using the materialist concept introduced by capitalism in a bid tobring rise to class and conflict. It is a system of thought that aims to replace capitalism withcommunism. (Stuart, R)Marxism believes in the existence of two sides of everything in life. This philosophy believesthat capitalism can only exist and thrive upon the exploitation of the working class. It believesthat capitalism aims to affect not only the economic system, but also the political system (Stuart,R). The economic approach in capitalism produces class of either the rich, middle or poor whichin turn produces conflict. According to Karl, Capitalism, which had just replaced feudalismseemed to favor a certain kind of people. These were the capitalists who produced and ownedtheir resources. Meanwhile the worke
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