Which statement most accurately describes The Communist Manifesto?
Read this excerpt from Friedrich Engels’s The Condition of the Working Class in England.
Every great city has one or more slums, where the working-class is crowded together. . . . The streets are generally unpaved, rough, dirty, filled with vegetable and animal refuse [trash], without sewers or gutters, but supplied with foul, stagnant pools instead.
Which point does Engels make in this passage?
Which of these were problems in the Industrial Age? Check all that apply.
Read the excerpt from The Communist Manifesto.
The Communists disdain to conceal their views and aims. They openly declare that their ends can be attained only by the forcible overthrow of all existing social conditions.
According to this passage, with which statement would the authors most likely have agreed?
What was New Harmony, Indiana?
As a result of the problems of the Industrial Age, some influential reformers called for
Read the description of an imaginary country’s economic system.
In this country, the government tells an appliance factory that it must produce a minimum of one thousand refrigerators. People are assigned jobs at the factory based on their abilities, and the government determines how much they will be paid. The government decides how much a new refrigerator will cost.
Which statement explains why this is a description of a socialist country?