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'''The Communist Manifesto''' is a [[Marxism|Marxist]] creed published by [[Karl Marx]] and [[Friedrich Engels]] in 1848.  It lays the foundation for Marxist thinking, teaching that [[class]] struggles are the origin of all progress in society.  This concept of clashes and the struggle between the classes dictates Marxism's adherence to the evolutionary theory of [[punctuated equilibrium]], which accords with their social beliefs.
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'''The Communist Manifesto''' is a [[Marxism|Marxist]] screed published by [[Karl Marx]] and [[Friedrich Engels]] in 1848.  It lays the foundation for Marxist thinking, teaching that [[class]] struggles are the origin of all progress in society.  This concept of conflict between the classes dictates Marxism's adherence to the [[evolution]]ary theory of [[punctuated equilibrium]], which accords with Marxist social beliefs.
  
 
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Revision as of 09:45, 12 February 2010

The Communist Manifesto is a Marxist screed published by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in 1848. It lays the foundation for Marxist thinking, teaching that class struggles are the origin of all progress in society. This concept of conflict between the classes dictates Marxism's adherence to the evolutionary theory of punctuated equilibrium, which accords with Marxist social beliefs.