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Sometimes, some men overpowers another men's life, liberty and prosperity in the star of nature; who are these people? Are they ambitious people or aristocrats?

Asked by: Fenil
Sometimes, some men overpowers another men's life, liberty and prosperity in the star of nature; who are these people? Are they ambitious people or aristocrats?
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  • They are neither ambitious or aristocrats

    Having ambitions means aiming higher, wanting to be in a better situation than you're now, but not wanting to destroy or overpower others. Aristocrats are just people who belongs to families with a rich history in the country, but they also do not overpower others. The answer to your question is communists. Communists want the State to run people's life, saying what they have to do, no liberty, no prosperity and no life. They want all of it to belong to the State

    Posted by: JRRS
  • They are aristocrats

    The fact is, capitalism didn't overturn aristocracy, it simply moved the aristocrats from being feudal landlords to capital owners. Aristocracy is still with us, and capitalism is beginning to show itself as what it truly is: simply post-industrial feudalism. It's time we realize that and it's time we try to address this.


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