Marx & Engels - Comparing Their Views (The Western World)
Mary Prince and Friedrich Engels believed the lives of both the slaves and the English industrial workers were extremely challenging. Many people believe that slavery was a much harder life, when they would compare it to the life of an industrial worker. This may be because it seems that the industrial workers were employed, and it was their choice to be there. But this in fact in not true in most cases, because the workers were forced to raise their family with the minimal pay they received. If there were choices for the English working men, they would have opted out of their industrial…
- Marx & Engels - Comparing Their Views (The Western World)
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