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The Communist Manifesto was written as a critique against the exploitation of industrialised capitalism of the time. What measures have been made or can be made to safeguard against these possible exploitations?

The Communist Manifesto was written as a critique against the exploitation of industrialised capitalism of the time. What measures have been made or can be made to safeguard against these possible exploitations?

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I am not a business major so my knowledge in how business works is limited and my understanding of Communism is that it delves more into the political and social element instead of just the economic/business side of things as a main theme of Communism is the divide between the upper and lower classes and how those in the higher class get more benefits and profits than those in the lower classes and this exploit this that the lower classes never get a chance to catch up or are limited in their opportunities compared to the upper classes. ​ There are still criticisms of capitalism today like the hyper-capitalism of America in the 80s and 90s, the opportunities that are limited for smaller businesses because of the free market, and there are claims that capitalism is still designed th...