"The bourgeoisie has played a most revolutionary role in history".
"There which it has come to power, the bourgeoisie has destroyed all feudal, patriarchal, idyllic. Ha ties that bound men with their natural superiors, and has not stopped other bond between man and man than naked interest, than dry "cash payment." Has stifled the holy pious rapture of illusion, of chivalrous enthusiasm, of melancholy petty in the icy water of dissolved selfish. Human dignity has dissolved in the exchange value and replaced the freedoms guaranteed and legally acquired by the only freedom, trade freedom unscrupulous. In fact replaced exploitation covered by religious and political illusions open exploitation, shameless, direct, period.
The bourgeoisie has stripped of its halo every occupation until now were covered with venerable and pious respect. Has become employed by it to the doctor, the lawyer, the priest, the poet, the man of science. The bourgeoisie has torn the veil of sentimentality that enveloped tender family relationships and has reduced to a monetary relationships. "(Karl Marx)
"The bourgeoisie has subjected the country to the rule of the city. Has created enormous cities, has greatly increased citizen population compared to the land, tearing so a significant part of the population of particularism of peasant life." (Karl Marx).
"The bourgeoisie is phased dispersion of the means of production, property and population. Has agglomerated population, centralized the means of production, concentrated property in a few hands. A necessary consequence for this has been the political centralization. Independent provinces, almost federated simply, each with different interests, laws, governments, customs tariffs, have been forced to unite in one nation, one government, one code of laws, one national class interest, one line customs. "Karl Marx
1. - Reactionary Socialism
a) The feudal socialism
The French and English aristocracies were called, given their historical position, to write pamphlets against modern bourgeois society. In the French Revolution of July 1830, in the English reform movement, the aristocracy turned to succumb to the hated upstart.
I could not talk about a serious political struggle. It was only the literary struggle. But neither in the field of literature were possible because the old expressions of the time of the French Restoration (1814-1830). To arouse sympathy, the aristocracy had to lose sight, apparently, their interests and formulate their indictment against the bourgeoisie in the interest only of the exploited working class. Prepared so the revenge for throwing so injurious to his new songs dominator and whisper in his ear prophecies more or less pregnant with misfortunes.
Thus arose feudal socialism, part elegy, part libel, half echo of the past, half menace of the future, sometimes giving in the heart of the bourgeoisie with bitter trial, cleverly devastating, always producing comic effect because of its utter inability to understand the march of modern history.
Flag hoisted as beggar's sack of the proletariat to do their part to people. But how many times this stood behind them, saw in his rear shields the old feudal and dispersed with loud and irreverent laughter.
A French loyalists sector and the Young England (Organization attended English writers and politicians of the Conservative Party with former Tories sensitivity. He tried to Disraeli, Borthwick, Manners and Ashley later Lord Shaftesbury. They developed their political activities in the 1840, was directed against the industrial bourgeoisie and wanted to return to the England of feudalism, restoring the power of the old aristocracy) have offered this show. "