Answer to Question #101739 in History for Jessica

Question #101739
In the article 'the Industrial Revolution: Class and Common Interest', when does Morris feel that one can say class consciousness and organization 'becomes a description and not a prediction?
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2020-01-27T07:42:22-0500

Morris can say class consciousness and organization becomes a description when a person becomes conscious of sharing mutual grievances against capitalists and finally creates an awareness of him or herself as forming a social class. Class consciousness and organization also becomes a description if it has framed a person's understanding of reality and if a person belongs to the working class or part of the elite.


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