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Table of Contents . Marxism 11.26 Marxism 11.27 Stages of History / Russian Revolution 11.28 MAKE UP WORK 11.28. Stages of History ___ 11.28. Agenda: Do Now Notes Examples of Marxism Start Homework TTL. Marx believed all of human society would following a common path:

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table of contents
Table of Contents
  • Marxism 11.26
  • Marxism 11.27
  • Stages of History / Russian Revolution 11.28

MAKE UP WORK 11.28

stages of history 11 28
Stages of History ___11.28

Agenda:

  • Do Now
  • Notes
  • Examples of Marxism
  • Start Homework
  • TTL
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Marx believed all of human society would following a common path:

  • Prehistory
  • Feudalism
  • Capitalism
  • Worker Revolution/ Dictatorship of the Proletariat
  • Communism
1 prehistory
1. Prehistory

Before farming

cavemen, hunters/gatherers

Commodities: dead animals

Means of production: sticks, stones, spears

Nobody owns the MoP Nobody can exploit each other.

2 feudalism
2. Feudalism

Capitalist: Nobleman (owns the land)

Worker: ordinary farmers

MoP: farmland

Day 1: grows food to feed (sustain) themselves

Day 2-6: grows food for nobleman to sell for $

Nobleman keeps most $, gives some to the king.

4 revolution
4. Revolution
  • Workers (proletariat) realize they are being exploited, band together, and overthrow their bosses.
  • They take control of the MoP.
  • Ex: factory workers taking over factory
  • Ex: NFL players taking over the team/stadium.
  • “Dictatorship of the proletariat”
5 communism
5. Communism
  • Public ownership of property (MoP)
  • “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need”
example situation
Example/Situation

The CEO of a taxi cab company in Massachusetts lobbies against the legalization of gay marriage, although many of his taxi cab employees happen to be gay. He states that he is by no means ethically, morally, or religious opposed to gay marriages. The Massachusetts Senate, hoping to make families spend more time with each other, recently passed a bill limiting the # of hours a week a married man/woman can work to 50.

1. Who are the capitalists/workers?

2. What is the means of production?

3. What stage of history?

4. How would Marx explain the situation?

classwork
Classwork
  • There are FOUR examples/situations. Find a partner and divide up the situations so that each partner has TWO examples/situations.
  • Cut out and tape the situations into your notebook and write your responses to the questions below.
  • Explain your example/situation to your partner- DO NOT COPY (copied notes will receive 5/10).