Proletariat

The proletariat (t from Latin proletarius) is a term used to describe the class of wage-earners (especially industrial workers) in a capitalist society whose only possession of significant material value is their labour-power (their ability to work); a member of such a class is a proletarian. == Usage in Roman law == As defined in the Constitution...
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Proletariat

• (n.) The indigent class in the State; the body of proletarians.
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Proletariat

Prol`e·ta'ri·at noun [ French] The indigent class in the State; the body of proletarians.
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proletariat

A Marxist term referring to those who sell their labour to the bourgeoisie; the working class.
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Proletariat

In Marxist terms, the working class
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proletariat

In Marxist theory, those classes in society that possess no property, and therefore depend on the sale of their labour or expertise (as opposed to the capitalists or bourgeoisie, who own the means of production, and the petty bourgeoisie, or working small-property owners). They are usually divided into the industrial, agricultural, and intellec...
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Proletariat

people who provide labour necessary to operate factories and other productive enterprises
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proletariat

proletariat (prōlutâr'ēut) , in Marxian theory, the class of exploited workers and wage earners who depend on the sale of their labor for their means of existence. In ancient Rome, the proletariat was the lowest class of citizens; its members had no property or assured income an...
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proletariat

the lowest or one of the lowest economic and social classes in a society.[14 related articles]
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Proletariat

To Marx, the working class under capitalism.
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