At the end of the ‘Manifesto of the Communist party,’ Marx and Engels issue what could be read as a call to their readers to engage in political struggle:

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The question: At the end of the ‘Manifesto of the Communist party,’ Marx and Engels issue what could be read as a call to (some of) their readers to engage in political struggle:’ workers of the world, unite!’

Write an essay in which you compare the way in which two or three theoretical texts work to affect their readers.

What models of perception, feeling, and action do these texts set out to provoke?

How do they try to achieve these effects? Are they successful? Why or why not? At least one text should come form after week 6; you need to include Marx and Engels

journal of Marx and Engels and advises for the writing.

Double-space, use margins of 1-1.25 inches, and an ordinary 12-point text font.

Proofread carefully cite your sources properly. Provide identifying information of the resources such as page number of the particular passage you are citing.

1.Fewer idea,strong defense

2.why it’s a problem,and problem solving

3.persuasive (how do you know)no presentation of own idea

4.Why this question matter

5.Thesis statement need to at the beginning,clear and explicit

6.revise after you finish

7.textual evidence

8.quotation first then combine with argument

9.Grammar

precise on language

11.Stay with the question