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Conflict between social classes Goal of achieving a classless society Collective ownership of means of production These themes express the main ideas of which book? A. The Communist
Manifesto B. Mein Kampf C. The Prince D. Two Treatises on Government
A. The Communist Manifesto
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User: Conflict between social classes Goal of achieving a classless society Collective ownership of means of production These themes express the main ideas of which book? A. The Communist Manifesto B. Mein Kampf C. The Prince D. Two Treatises on Government

Weegy: A. The Communist Manifesto
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User: Free enterprise generates increasing wealth. Free enterprise is incapable of using wealth wisely. Capitalism always leads to increasing wealth for a few and increasing misery for everyone else. These themes express the main ideas of which book? A. The Communist Manifesto B. Das Kapital C. Mein Kampf D. The Wealth of Nations

Weegy: D. The Wealth of Nations
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