An Analysis of Conflict Theory in the Failure of Capitalism in Modern American Society

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An Analysis of Conflict Theory in the Failure of Capitalism in Modern American Society
The foundations of conflict theory as a sociological perspective will evaluate the current failure of the American capitalistic system in the modern era. The most common conflict between what Marx called the bourgeoisie and the proletariat will define how the commodity of labor has emotionally and mentally devolved the humanity of American governing principles under the current corporate dominance. This class division conflict is capitalistic in that it distorts the structural functionalism of society by merging corporate, governmental, and military elite powers for private monetary profit. Because of the government’s inability to control and limit the...
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.....te social and class conflict in the negation of government regulation for the people’s best interests.
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