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Christine Gervais

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CRM 1301: Reading March 5  2012  Crime and Primitive Accumulation Karl Marx The prelude of the revolution not lay the foundation of the capitalist mode of production, was played in the  last 3rd of the 15th and 1st decade of the 16th century. The process of forcible expropriation of the people received in the 16th century a new and frightful impulse  in their information, and from the consequent colossal spoilage of the church property. The Catholic Church  was, at the time of the formation, feudal proprietor of the great part of the English land. The suppression of  the monasteries, herdled their inmates into the proletariat. The estates of the church were to a large extent  given a waste to rapacious royal favorites, orl sold at a nominal price to speculating farmers and citizens,  who drove out, en masse, the hereditary subtenants and treatable reasons one. This legally guaranteed  property of the poor folk in a part of the churches chase was tactically confiscated. The subordination of the church's property, the fraudulent alienation of the state domains, the robbery of  the common lands, the usurpation of the feudal and claim property, and its transformation into private  property under circumstances of reckless terrorism, were just so many idyillic methods of primitive  accumulation. The fathers of the present working costs weren't chastised for their enforced information into vagabonds  and poppers legislation should have is voluntary for both the thing that is independent on their own and  good will to go on working under the old conditions are no longer existed. The demoralization of the English working class immorality is fostered in every possible way where the conditions of the working class life. The worker is  poor; life is nothing to offer him, he is a pride of virtually all pleasures. Consequently he does not fear the  premises of the law. Distrusted her poverty gives a worker the only choices starting to slowly, killing himself quickly overtaking  what he needs were he finds it–in plain English–ceiling. It is not surprising that the majority prefer steel  rather than to starve to death were to commit suicide. There can be no doubt that in England the social wars are ready being waged. Everyone looks after his  own interests and fights only for himself in so comments. Since its beginning in the early days of industrial relations the revolt of the workers is the middle classes is  passed through several phases.  Criminal activities were the 1st, the crudest and only successful manifestation of this hostility. The worker  lives in poverty and want, and saw that other people are better off than he was. The worker was… it's  sufficiently intelligent to appreciate why h
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