from the communist manifesto, 1888 mark and engels
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quote:"The equals had believed that popular sovereignty and a virtuous republic could never be secured while inequality remained
Sorry I don't have that book. Perhaps you can quote a bit of it? I can probably find the whole thing then.
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quote on paper copied from school
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Okay I'm no expert on this but I think it means that the people (popular sovereignty) could never decide on a government while inequality (differences in wealth, socio-economic status, power...) remained. This is to say that democracy can't work while rich people control the message. Disparities in class prevents people from having fair representation.