The Communist Manifesto (Illustrated) - Chapter Three: The Proletariat

The Communist Manifesto (Illustrated) - Chapter Three: The Proletariat

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by Karl Marx, Sketchpad Studios
     
 

"OWING TO THE EXTENSIVE USE OF MACHINERY, AND TO THE DIVISION OF LABOUR, THE WORK OF THE PROLETARIANS HAS LOST ALL INDIVIDUAL CHARACTER, AND, CONSEQUENTLY, ALL CHARM FOR THE WORKMAN. HE BECOMES AN APPENDAGE OF THE MACHINE, AND IT IS ONLY THE MOST SIMPLE, MOST MONOTONOUS, AND MOST EASILY ACQUIRED KNACK, THAT IS REQUIRED OF HIM.

AS THE REPULSIVENESS OF THE WORK

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"OWING TO THE EXTENSIVE USE OF MACHINERY, AND TO THE DIVISION OF LABOUR, THE WORK OF THE PROLETARIANS HAS LOST ALL INDIVIDUAL CHARACTER, AND, CONSEQUENTLY, ALL CHARM FOR THE WORKMAN. HE BECOMES AN APPENDAGE OF THE MACHINE, AND IT IS ONLY THE MOST SIMPLE, MOST MONOTONOUS, AND MOST EASILY ACQUIRED KNACK, THAT IS REQUIRED OF HIM.

AS THE REPULSIVENESS OF THE WORK INCREASES, THE WAGE DECREASES. NAY MORE, IN PROPORTION AS THE USE OF MACHINERY AND DIVISION OF LABOUR INCREASES, IN THE SAME PROPORTION THE BURDEN OF TOIL ALSO INCREASES..."

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ISBN-13:
9781926958026
Publisher:
Red Quill Books
Publication date:
06/18/2012
Pages:
36
Sales rank:
1,404,466
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.09(d)

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