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42 minutes ago, Charlie T Waite said:

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And, there are no Indians in the Land O' Lakes anymore. Got rid of them, and kept the land! Ebay has the original boxes for $475. Isn't free enterprise great?

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5 minutes ago, Brazos John said:

And, there are no Indians in the Land O' Lakes anymore. Got rid of them, and kept the land! Ebay has the original boxes for $475. Isn't free enterprise great?

 

Believe it or not there are people out there who collect such things. I still have an empty bottle of Aunt Jemima syrup..... I'll probably cash out when they reach $1000 on the market.

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On 1/28/2022 at 8:19 PM, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

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Class struggle happens when the bourgeoisie (the rich) pay the proletariat (the workers) to make things for them to sell. The workers have no say in their pay or what things they make, since they cannot live without a job or money.

 

Karl Marx saw that the workers had to work without any say in the business. He believed that since the workers make the things, they should say where they go and for how much, instead of the rich owners. They had to work hard to earn a living, while making the rich richer just doing simple office work.

 

Since they had to earn money to buy food, and jobs were the only things that give money, they had no choice but to work for the rich who made the business. The rich became richer while the worker hauled and lifted and did all of that hard manual stuff no one really likes to do.

 

Karl Marx thought that their labor limited their freedom. He wanted the workers to unite and take over the business, so that they could all be prosperous. He thought that the common man deserved to run the business, and that the rich were not better than the commoner.

 

Class struggle

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2 hours ago, Sedalia Dave said:

 

Class struggle happens when the bourgeoisie (the rich) pay the proletariat (the workers) to make things for them to sell. The workers have no say in their pay or what things they make, since they cannot live without a job or money.

 

Karl Marx saw that the workers had to work without any say in the business. He believed that since the workers make the things, they should say where they go and for how much, instead of the rich owners. They had to work hard to earn a living, while making the rich richer just doing simple office work.

 

Since they had to earn money to buy food, and jobs were the only things that give money, they had no choice but to work for the rich who made the business. The rich became richer while the worker hauled and lifted and did all of that hard manual stuff no one really likes to do.

 

Karl Marx thought that their labor limited their freedom. He wanted the workers to unite and take over the business, so that they could all be prosperous. He thought that the common man deserved to run the business, and that the rich were not better than the commoner.

 

Class struggle

 

Thank You  :)

 

  ......... worked out well for them, didn't it ..... :mellow:

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