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How Did Marx And Engels Rate The Chances Of Communism In Germany, England, America And Russia?

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How Did Marx And Engels Rate The Chances Of Communism In Germany, England, America And Russia?

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Europe as a whole underwent a radical transformation at the time of the publishing of the manifesto. The working class of Russia, Germany and England were just beginning to understand the real problems they were faced with i.e. that of capitalist exploitation. As regards to Russia, at the time of the drafting, Russia was changing; it was in a transition from a period of feudal and capitalist industrial thought, to a proletarian one. According to Marx and Engel, however, the transition to true proletarian system within Russia would only be possible if a certain sequence of events came to pass, which in itself was very difficult. Germany on the other hand, was remarkably like Italy and France, in that the proletarian uprising within Germany contributed significantly towards the stagnation of the concept for many years after its defeat. In spite of this, Marx and Engel were of the view that this was of historical necessity, for it was through defeat that true social emancipation could be

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