Communist Manifesto Rhetorical Analysis

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author:love88 Karl Marx is the father of communism. In this essay “The Communist Manifesto” by Karl Marx argues that class struggles between the bourgeoisie and proletarians. Marx believed that all property should be publically owned. There would be no government, and everyone would work together for the good of the community. Thus, the society would be classless and stateless. Marx viewed life in one way that was to help those of the poor be equal to those of the rich. Marx was an ethical, creative, and influential man whose goal was to create equality for all people of the world. In the essay Marx discusses several important reasons such as, the communists' theory of history and the relationship between bourgeoisie and proletarians, the communists and the…show more content…
Communists do not stand apart from other workers, but are made up of the most advanced political sections of the working class. Marx says that Communists have been "reproached" for desiring to abolish the "right" of acquiring private property through the fruits of one's labor. However, he points out laborers do not acquire any property through their labor. Marx said " we communists have been reproached with the desire of abolishing the right of personally…… be the groundwork of all personal freedom, activity and independence.” (374) Marx wanted to abolish all individuality freedom, and independence. Marx argument was against the "infamous" communist proposal of abolishing the family. He says the modern family is based on capital and private gain. Communists are also criticized for their desire to abolish country and nationality. Also Marx said, “Free education for all children in public schools, and abolition of children’s factory labor in its present form.” In the communist country like China education isn’t free. If you want to go to school, you have to pay money to go to school. I agreed with Marx, education should be
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