Marxist IQ: Science of society (answers)

August 7, 2019



  1. b) A class defined essentially by its relationship to or lack of ownership of the means of production. (correct)
  2. c)  A class that owns the means of production and the profit produced by the production and exchange of commodities. (correct)
  3.  d) A class of small business owners, managerial supervisors,  self-employed or highly paid professionals whose real  numbers decline as capitalism develops. (correct)
  4. b) Its  production of goods for exchange in markets rather than for use for themselves as tribute makes its  exploitation potentially global and unlimited. (correct)
  5. a) A broad science of society based on the historical  development of systems  of production and class struggle  that offers both a framework and guidelines to understand the  past, present, and future and changing present and future. (correct)

Score: 0 wrong: Theoretician. Write an article! Teach a class!!

1 wrong: Developed Marxist. Form a study group, join the party.

2 to 3 wrong: Class conscious worker – study harder.

4 to 5 wrong: Danger! deviations possible. study and then study some more lest you drift into the marsh of opportunism!


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