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History, 21.12.2016 22:12

As i look at the early stages of industrialization, i am deeply concerned about the ever-widening gulf between the capitalists, who are becoming rich as a result of the hard work of the proletarians, and the proletarians, who are paid very low salaries. these two groups will come into class conflict, and the end to this conflict will be the end of capitalism. who am i?

a. émile durkheim
b. karl marx
c. max weber
d. gerhard lenski

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