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No, he was concerned with social revolution.
Karl Marx, the founder of communism, believed that it was unfair that the rich were getting rich off the workers that they abused and over worked.
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Marx did not think that the Industrial Revolution would change things, that was a s plain as day for anyone to see. Marx simply described how it changedthey way capitalism workedand what effects it had on agriculture and so forth.
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Karl Marx lecture on the social classes and the industral revolution.
They fundamentally changed the way people lived and thought
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True. Marx was all about revolution.
Karl Marx believed that the Proletariat revolution is needed to over throw the Bourgeoisie class and for the proletarian class to gain the means of production.
Carnegie believed that industrialization benefited entire societies, while Marx believed that it only benefited a small number of people.
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He wasn't. The period usually recognised as being a part of the Industrial Revolution ended before Marx was engaged in politics, also Marx never became an influential figure in the revolutionary movement in Europe let alone outside of it until after he gained a degree of infamy after his support for the Paris Commune in 1871.
Russia The violent and bloody revolution predicted by Karl Marx occurred in Russia.
No, Karl Marx died before any of the three Russian Revolutions took place.
Marx called the industrial class of workers the "proletariat." The workers themselves were called "proletarians."
No. Karl Marx was a German political theorist, philosopher and historian. Czars were Russian rulers before the Russian Revolution of 1917.
Karl MarxYes, Karl Marx was an atheist.