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Without losers, there wouldn’t be winners, this thinking shows a glimpse of the complex relationship between the oppressed and the oppressors. In society, there is always the oppressor and the oppressed. The oppressor is the one that exploits, controls, and benefits from the oppressed. The oppressed are the ones that are held back by the oppressor and they do not benefit from the system that the oppressors put in place. The oppressed are the majority of the population, therefore, they can rise up and have power in numbers.
Marx's goal was to eventually eliminate the two classes and that way everyone will be equal and there would be no class struggles. Marxism is an economic theory because when things in society are not equal we look at the essentials people have. In this case the bourgeoisie have everything and own all production and the proletariat work hard and own nothing, this creates conflict. The proletariat class is being oppressed and is looking for equality where they can move up in society and they start to question the state. It is a trickling effect that starts with the class struggle and moves up to the state and eventually creates a revolution.
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