AP European History 1.4 Period 3: 1815-1914

AP European History 1.4 Period 3: 1815-1914. As evidenced through the passage above, Karl Marx was a passionate leader and is considered the father of which of the following?

APAP European History
AP European HistoryPeriod 3: 1815-1914
Chronological ReasoningHistorical Causation
Historical Arguments and EvidenceHistorical Argumentation
LanguageEnglish Language
Test PrepAP European History

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the ruling classes tremble at a communistic revolution the proletarians

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have nothing to lose but their chains, they have a world to win working men of

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all countries unite [mumbling]

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Anyway here's the question as evidence through the passage above, Karl

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Marx was a passionate leaders and is considered the father of which of the

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following and here are your potential answers all right well you know how we

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know that Marx was a quote passionate leader unquote because he wrote that [Passage written on a chalkboard]

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last line in all caps and if there's one thing we've learned from arguing with [Man giving a lecture]

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internet trolls online it's that when they type in all capital letters it not

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only means that they're passionate but they're probably right apparently that's [A woman teaching a class of young children]

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just how arguing on the internet work sure we might disagree when you say that

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Daniel Craig is the worst James Bond ever but second you hit that caps lock

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key there's nothing more we can do you win this time...

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But beyond being passionate what else do we know about mark and no he [a couple kissing in a field and Karl Marx appears]

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wasn't actually a Marx Brother, but wouldn't that have been a great act

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anyway he was the granddaddy of capitalism unless you meant to say

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anti-capitalism but that would be pretty big oversight to me kind of like saying

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Ross was the coolest character on friends which would make no sense until [Man thinking Ross was the coolest character on Friends and woman disagrees]

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you realized you forgot to say the least which while still not making a perfect

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grammatical sense here, would be still a heck of a lot closer than the truth so

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so sorry Ross, hi. While Marx's ideas and socialism often do line up socialism

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simply can't be tied to a single dude as variations on it are super old going [A really old man with wrinkles]

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back as far as classical Greek philosophers go you know like plato..

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not quite marxy enough for us, leaving us with communism and Anarchy so which

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one is it well both aim to abolish the social inequalities caused by wage labor [Boy preparing to fire an arrow from a bow]

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however anarchist don't recognise authority or law of any kind while

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communists support a state ruled by the proletariat so which one was the

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brainchild of marx, well communism of course marks believe that society

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suffered under conflict associated with class struggles and that communal [Person giving a woman a piggy-back through a forest]

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ownership of property could solve that problem which you know is more or less

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the fundamental basis of communism we do wonder however if marks ever had [A large white church building]

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roommates in college nothing teaches you about communal ownership faster than

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disgusting bathrooms, piles of dishes, and never-ending conflict