Karl Marx

Socio-Economic Equality


The term socio-economic equality describes a theoretical circumstance or goal where all people have an equal social (position, rank, or importance) and economic (income, pay, and wealth) status.




In the Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx described his plan for how to achieve and maintain total socio-economic equality so that no one person would ever be able to have more than anyone else.

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