Marx describes a few of his ideas in the Manifesto. In so many words, he tends to express his idea that capitalism is an unstable environment, and that the two-party system is worthless. He says that a revolution is an inevetiable event that is bound to happen, but, since the upcoming revolutions will have to do with class, private property ownership will slowly make its way out, along with social classes themselves. Karl Marx attempts to describe class struggle, and how different classes will try to manipulate eachother, specifically between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat. Basically, communism is pro-revolution, and they believe that through these revolutions, change will become more and more realistic.
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