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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. The proletariat can no longer free itself from the bonds of its place without at the "same time forever freeing the whole of __________ from exploitation, oppression, and class struggles."
2. "No special stress if laid on the ___________ measures proposed..."
3. When was the group in #150 tried?
4. What language was the Communist Manifesto originally written in?
5. What is not a country in which The Communist Manifesto was published?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the state of land ownership in Russia?
2. When and where was The Communist Manifesto Russian translation published?
3. Describe the burial of the answer to #43, as described by the remaining author.
4. Why didn't the publisher in Constantinople publish the Armenian translation of The Communist Manifesto?
5. Where was The Communist Manifesto first published in English?
6. What does this preface have to say that all history has been?
7. Where did the proletariat for the first time hold political power for two whole months?
8. Who used to supply raw materials to Europe while also being the market for the sale of its industrial products?
9. Who found their salvation from the proletarian during the Russian Revolution?
10. What was the aim of the International Working Men's Association?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The government doesn't seem to be mentioned as a part of the process of changing society in Marx's text.
Part 1: Why do you think government reforms aren't considered to be valid in the process of changing society?
Part 2: In today's world, how could the government step in to change the class structure? Could it?
Part 3: Does the government seem to be a part of the problem of class struggles? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
The two classes that Marx focuses on seem to be either adding to the problems or suffering as a result of the problems.
Part 1: Define the idea of the proletariat.
Part 2: Define the idea of the bourgeoisie.
Part 3: Compare and contrast these classes as well as redefine them in terms of today's societal labels.
Essay Topic 3
Money is certainly something that is factored into the discussion of Communism.
Part 1: Who has all the money in the society of Marx's time?
Part 2: How does this hurt society?
Part 3: How is money being taken away from the working class?
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