Karl Marx and the Final Revolution

This paper argues why Karl Marx’s Final Revolution, the utopian socialist system that would have led to a Communist Revolution, did not succeed.

This paper examines the inherent flaws in Marx’s Final Revolution that explain why it never happened. The author states that Marx failed to consider as significant factors racial and religious differences and strife and the “managerial class”. The paper asserts that that Marx’s theory of labor exploitation as the means of profit is incorrect.
When examined, this theory seems to be correct in nature. Why then has it not happened? All the conditions appear to have been fulfilled. In modern society the majority of the population is concentrated together in large urban centers. The present advances in communications and mass media, ensure that few people remain ignorant for any length of time. The answer seems to lie in two small flaws which separately would probable not be enough to cripple this theory, but together do.