Marx, Karl and Frederich Engels. The Communist Manifesto. (Excerpts) Modified from the Avalon Project. 1848. Yale University. http://avalon.law.yale.edu/subject_menus/mancont.asp(accessed September 18, 2013).
Marx believed that everybody should be essentially equal. He believed that everybody should only do what they were capable of but still receive the same amount as everybody else. Marx's reasoning for producing this document was because he didn't believe in the government that was in charge at the time. He believed that this new type of government could remove poverty and realize the pressure of social classes from the population. This document was produced during the industrial revolution. This document is limited in its explanation of the Industrial Revolution, but Karl Marx did live in London during the Industrial Revolution so we do have a somewhat reliable source. One again Marx's opinion was that everybody should be equal and hopefully poverty could be avoided. Also, he believed that people of the Communism party should express their views and opinions into the world and not be afraid.
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