Class Struggle

  • (noun): Conflict between social or economic classes (especially between the capitalist and proletariat classes).
    Synonyms: class war, class warfare

Some articles on class, class struggle, struggle:

Anarchist Federation (Britain And Ireland) - Aims and Principles
... Anti-statism Proletarian internationalism Class consciousness Class struggle Classless society Common ownership Commons Commune Consensus democracy Co-operative economics Direct ... as follows The Anarchist Federation is an organisation of revolutionary class struggle anarchists ... Capitalism is based on the exploitation of the working class by the ruling class ...
Hashtnagar - Class Struggle
... Hashtnagar is known for its militant socialist struggle of peasants led by the Mazdoor Kisan Party which has resulted in various positive developments of ...
Left-wing Nationalism - Marxism and Nationalism
... rejected nationalism as a final outcome of international class struggle, he tacitly supported proletarian nationalism as a stage to achieve proletarian rule over a nation, then allowing ... movements if they are in the interest of class struggle, but rejects other nationalist movements deemed to distract workers from their necessary goal of defeating the bourgeoisie ... interpretations of Marx tolerating the use of proletarian nationalism that promoted class struggle within an internationalist framework ...
Luxemburgism - Dialectic of Spontaneity and Organisation
... approach to organising a party-oriented class struggle ... arose from her view that there is an elementary, spontaneous class struggle from which class struggle evolves to a higher level "The working classes ... Social democracy seeks and finds the ways, and particular slogans, of the workers' struggle only in the course of the development of this struggle, and ...
Left-wing Nationalism - Marxism and Nationalism - Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
... interpreted issues concerning nationality on a social evolutionary and class reductionist basis ... feudalism and creation of capitalism had created positive social conditions to stimulate class struggle ... is a capitalist creation and represents bourgeois class rule, it is beneficial to the proletariat because it is unstable in that neither states nor the bourgeoisie can control a civil society ...

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