Who should rule? Karl Marx has apparently pondered this same question, and in which manifested ideas; concepts which I have acknowledged long before I even considered reading his work. For I have grown and become more educated about the world around me, and more conscious of its prejudiced governments. Capitalism is an ideal example of the bourgeois employing its political supremacy solely for the exploitation of the proletariat. However, as indicated by Marx, like all
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there is no motivation for personal development of success. The existence of the bourgeois inspires the proletariat to achieve that status. It becomes an incentive to be productive and keep the economy at its climax. In conclusion, if an ideal Marxist society can survive it would be the most superior form of government. Yet, I do not have faith in its existence, and the optimum alternative is a democracy where free trade and capitalism reigns.