The Communist Manifesto

In The Communist Manifesto Marx and Engels asserted that “in this sense, the theory of the Communists may be summed up in the single sentence: abolition of private property” (Engels & Marx, 2005). Strong arguments in favor of the idea were implemented by the work creators - Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx.
It is obvious that the birth of the revolutionary idea was triggered by the confrontation of the two dominate strata of society directly facing each other - Bourgeoisie and Proletariat. In order to emphasize the importance of being free from the oppression of the dominant Bourgeoisie class, the authors as the advocates of Proletariat considered abolition of private property to be the ...

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economical advance, possessed the political advance over the inferior stratum of society: “each step in the development of the bourgeoisie was accompanied by a corresponding political advance of that oppressed class” (Engels & Marx, 2005).
It is obvious that idea of abolition of any kind of private property as the enemy of proletariat was aimed at equalizing all people rights and reaching the ultimate justice by means of depriving the wealthiest society class of their wealth and passing it over to the low-income groups of society. On the one hand, the idea may seem quite fair and socialistically oriented. On the other hand, however, I will argue that it would create a more just society.
Anyway, it is my view that it is hard to define whether Marx and Engels’ position on the social ramifications of private property was mistaken or quite adequate. In my opinion, Marx died before he had such an opportunity to view his theories at work and to justify many of them, especially his ...

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