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Question 1: This attitude is shown most clearly in the ________.
Marxist philosophyThe Communist ManifestoMarxismStateless communism

Question 2: The Old French word burgeis is derived from bourg, meaning a market town or medieval village, itself derived from ________ burg, meaning "town".
Old High GermanGothic languageOld FrankishMiddle Dutch

Question 3: In the French feudal order pre-revolution, "bourgeois" was a class of citizens who were wealthier members of the ________.
Estates of the realmParliament of ScotlandParliamentFrench States-General

Question 4: In the United States—outside of Marxism and anarchism[15]—the word bourgeois often refers to the social stereotype of the ________.
Working classUpper classMiddle classSocial class

Question 5: [citation needed] They eventually allied with the kings in centralising power and uprooting ________ barriers against trade.
MonarchyFascismDemocracyFeudalism

Question 6: The word also evolved to mean merchants and traders, and until the 19th century was mostly synonymous with the middle class (persons in the broad socioeconomic spectrum between ________ and peasants or proletarians).
SerfdomNobilitySocial classGentry

Question 7: In the ________, between the late 18th century to now, the bourgeoisie is a social class characterized by their ownership of capital and their related culture.
Western cultureTurkeyWestern worldEurope

Question 8: ________ burgeis, Middle Dutch burgher and German Bürger).
Old NorseMiddle EnglishOld EnglishGreat Vowel Shift

Question 9: In the view of some 20th century Marxist currents, the nomenklatura or lower state bureaucrats in "________" were or are a state bourgeoisie presiding over a system of state capitalism.
Socialist stateSocialism with Chinese characteristicsEast GermanyCommunist state

Question 10: For example, ________, in a 1938 speech, voiced the clear distinction between capitalism and the bourgeoisie,[5] in which case he described the bourgeoisie as a moral category, a state of mind.
FascismItalian FascismAxis powersBenito Mussolini







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