In chapter 1 of the Communist Manifesto, Marx and Engels write a rather awe-inspired analysis and critique of industrial capitalism. Note that while some of the analysis within the chapter does strike a reverent tone (e.g. noting the specific accomplishments of capitalism on a national or global scale), their critique largely focuses on the ways in which capitalism has upset or undone the social status quo that prevailed from the Middle Ages in Europe and the feudal period. But, what if they were alive today?
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