Cloning and the Working Class

Cloning and the Working Class

This paper will attempt to address what is perhaps the single most life altering issue facing
our societies today. It is life altering in the utmost sense of the word, literally altering life as we
know it. Life on this planet has undergone some significant changes since the dawn of civilization;
the discovery of fire, the wheel, the industrial revolution, and the list goes on. The industrial
revolution brought perhaps the most significant changes to society as a whole, for it was at this
point that we moved from a fuedal society to a capitalist society. Industrialization took the men
off the land and put them into the positions of wage earners working for someone else, merely
supplying labor. Women on the other hand, were forced into the home looking after the child
rearing and looking after the man so he was able to go out into the world to sell his labor, the
domestication of women so to speak. This was never a healthy system as it made very clear the
divisions between those who had and those who had not, a division between the owners of the
means of production and the working class. Out of this division has arisen conflict, for it was
inevitable that the working class would

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