Marx talks a lot about the bourgeoisie oppressing the proletariat. Do you think if he was alive today, Marx would have some strong opinions about the race issue going on in our country today? Do you believe that this comparisons is a fair one to make, a white class taking advantage of a black class like we have been seeing in the news?
If the ten rules Marx lays out were in place today in our society and it became the norm, which ones do you believe people would speak out the most against? Or do you think if it was already the norm, that no one would mind his ten rules and it would stay that way?
How does Marx see the social classes being affected by industrialization? (What social classes arise? How does Marx characterize them?)
If the general will is determined by majority opinion, even just a 51:49 vote, why does Rousseau talk about the super majority?