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Karl Marx

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Karl Marx developed communism. He believed that all people are like


science, and react the same. He believed that in the future his type of


government would rule, and then even farther in the future, anarchy would


commence. His theory was that the workers would revolt and would start a


communistic government.   Karl Marx's ideas on communism are incorrect based


on his ideas of economics, society, and government.




Karl Marx's ideas on communism are incorrect based on his ideas of


economics. He believed that labor would be free. Few if any people would


work for free. If they get bored, they go to the movies, theme parks, and


other entertainment. They wouldn't want to work. His idea that there would


be no currency in the future is also wrong. Humans have lived for thousands


of years. We have gone through time periods where barter was the only trade.


They all eventually took up currency. Karl's idea of concentration of wealth


is faulty. People who are rich, are rich because they get ideas on how to


make something better than the next guy. Poor people many times come up with


million dollar ideas. Money keeps being transferred from rich to poor, poor


to rich. These ideas of Karl's are wrong about economics and don't work.




Karl Marx's ideas on communism are incorrect based on his ideas of society.


Karl believed that all people will react the same. It has been proven that


everyone reacts just a little different from the next person. People all


have different ideas, that makes us human. Another of Karl's   ideas that is


wrong is that the rich control society. This is untrue, at least in our


democracy. If a person who is rich or poor is running the country badly, we


choose a new person to lead. It doesn't matter if the person is rich or


poor, it is how well they do their job of keeping the...

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