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According to Marx and Engels, establishing a society based on cooperation and equal distribution of wealth would require A) an energy crisis. B) the development of a wealthy industrial class. C) universal public education. D) a revolution.
According to Marx and Engels, establishing a society based on cooperation and equal distribution of wealth would require a revolution.
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According to Marx and Engels, establishing a society based on cooperation and equal distribution of wealth would require a revolution.
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