An Inevitable Revolution Approaches
Unconscious Forces Threaten From the Left, the Right, and Nature (Vol. 2, Issue 22)
Among his lesser-known but more powerful concepts, Karl Marx (1844/1988) proclaimed that capitalist countries inevitably end in revolutions. He also believed industrial and corporate workplaces breed alienation. Regarding the approaching revolution, his logic is simple. As capitalism grows, income inequality rises. Eventually, the poor, exploited class of individuals rise up, as they did in the French Revolution in 1789, the Russian Revolution of 1917, etc.