Table of Contents
- 1 Who claimed that after a workers revolution the government would seize all property and create a socialist society where wealth was evenly divided?
- 2 What did Karl Marx called for to control government and develop a classless society?
- 3 What did the Dakota Sioux uprising occurred as a result of?
- 4 Why did employers cut workers wages in the late 1800s?
- 5 What does supporters of laissez-faire claim?
- 6 Who believed government should follow laissez-faire?
Study guide for Mrs. Farris’ History Final
|Who claimed that after the workers’ revolution, the government would seize all property and create a socialist society where wealth was evenly divided.||Carl Marx|
|Even before the invention of the automobile, petroleum was in high demand because it could…||create gas|
What did Karl Marx called for to control government and develop a classless society?
Karl Marx called for ______ to control government and develop a classless society. communist revolution. through competition between businesses. What moderate reforms did European socialists support?
What did supporters of laissez-faire believe the role of government should be in the economy?
Supporters of laissez-faire economics believe the government should not interfere in the economy other than to protect private property rights and maintain peace.
What does the name New Harmony suggest about the goals of the community’s founder?
What does the name “New Harmony” suggest about the goals of the community’s founder? It suggests that the founder saw the community as a place of cooperation.
What did the Dakota Sioux uprising occurred as a result of?
The Dakota Sioux uprising occurred as a result of? poverty, caused by annuities payments that were not received. Dakota Sioux agreed to live on a small reservation in Minnesota for annuities from the U.S. government. The “white traders” took Dakota Sioux annuities, saying they had debts.
Why did employers cut workers wages in the late 1800s?
Wages were cut to help balance the economy and match cheaper costs. What two typers of workers were there in industries in the 1800s? They were suspicious because many workers were European and believed that immigrant workers were influenced by MAxism, which is equal to anarchism.
What was Marx’s ideal society?
Marx saw communism as the ideal society because it is “the genuine resolution of the conflict between man and man- the true resolution of the strife between existence and essence… between freedom and necessity” that capitalism fosters.
What was the theory of Karl Marx?
Marxism is a social, political, and economic theory originated by Karl Marx that focuses on the struggle between capitalists and the working class. Marx wrote that the power relationships between capitalists and workers were inherently exploitative and would inevitably create class conflict.
What does supporters of laissez-faire claim?
Supporters of laissez-faire believe the government should not interfere in the economy other than to protect private property rights and maintain peace. These supporters argue that if the government regulates the economy, it increases costs and eventually hurts society more than it helps.
Who believed government should follow laissez-faire?
The policy of laissez-faire received strong support in classical economics as it developed in Great Britain under the influence of the philosopher and economist Adam Smith. Belief in laissez-faire was a popular view during the 19th century.
What was New Harmony Indiana Edgenuity?
New Harmony was a community founded by Robert Owen in 1825 as a utopian settlement in SW Indiana. Owen purchased the land for $135,000 by another utopian group called the Rappites. The community ended after three years.
Which statement most accurately describes the Communist Manifesto?
Which statement most accurately describes The Communist Manifesto? It was a description of the class struggle and the problems caused by capitalism.