Analysis of Karl Marx and Communism
The other "conception" is that of the "permanent
revolution" involving a "provisional coalition" between the low and
higher classes. However, an analysis of the Communist Manifesto shows
inconsistencies between the relationship of permanent and violent
revolution; that Marx did not exactly determine the exact relationship
between these two yet.
Aside from the small inconsistencies in Marx's philosophy, he exhibits
sound ideas that do seem to work on paper but fail in the real world
where millions of uncertainties contribute to the error in every
social experiment on Earth. Communism never gets farther than
socialism in its practice in the real world and that is where the
fault lies, in the governments that try to cheat the system while
still maintaining their ideal communist society.
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