Eng 101 12:20-1:10
7 November 2014
The Communist Manifesto
In the reading, the communist manifesto, Marx talks about ten main points on how to turn our society into a communist society. The first point that Marx makes I do not agree with. I think that his first point means that the government can come in and take someone’s land that they own. I don’t think that anyone should be able to just randomly decide that they get to take your property away from you. I do not agree with the second point he makes either. People who are not as wealthy as others already struggle to afford things that their family needs. If the taxes heavily increase it will make it that much harder on families who already struggle. Increasing taxes not only affects the people who are considered poor but it also affects everyone else as well. The third point that Marx states I also do not agree with. If you are supposed to receive something from inheritance then you should get it. When someone passes away and leaves particular things to someone their wishes should be honored. I both agree and disagree with the fourth point that he makes. If emigrants or rebels own land and they are doing illegal things on it or with it then I believe that the land should be able to be taken away. If they are using it for good purposes like to build shelter or grow food then I believe they should be able to keep it. Marx’s fifth point I don’t believe that it would be a good idea. With a single person running a big corporation like that could make any decision they want, which can be bad. When there is a group of people who own a corporation they have to take a vote on big decisions. I believe that Marx’s sixth point can be good and bad. The state paying for transportation can be a good thing, but what happens when they run out of money? I don’t think the state could afford to pay for so many people flying on planes, or any form of transportation like that. The seventh point...
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