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Karl Marx and Economic Crises

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What does the recent economic crises say about Marx's criticism of capitalism as a social institution? Discuss what Marx might say about how economic crises are handled?

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Marx would say that capitalism is a system that is unstable and self destructs due to the basic nature of the system. The system is unbalanced at best, because supply and demand are seldom in balance. Getting a larger portion of the production and monetary pie, means being aggressive and often cheating or being ethically challenged to win, the whole ...

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This is a discussion on how Marx might address the recent economic crisis.

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