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The Law, by Bastiat
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Marxism: A system of economic, social, and political thought devised in the latter half of the 19th century by German authors Karl Marx and Frederich Engles, theorizing that mankind is divided into identifiable and static classes, and that class struggle is the primary dynamic driving society.  Marx and Engels theorized that just as capitalism had replaced fuedalism, capitalism itself was an outmoded and oppressive social and economic concept, and advocated replacing it through violent revolution of the proletariat working class, establishing in its place a socialist social order.  Marx theorized that socialism itself would be but a temporary transitional condition, and would be quickly and inevitably replaced by a "classless" society that would rule itself without a governing class or structure."


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