Karl Marx predicted that the workers would eventually overthrow their exploitative capitalist class and create a classless society. He called this revolution “the dictatorship of the proletariat.”
The working class has been exploited for years by the capitalist class, but soon they will rise up and overthrow their oppressors. The capitalists control all of the wealth and power, but once they are overthrown, each person will share in the wealth equally.
According to Marx, revolution would occur after workers had been exploited year after year by capitalists. At some point, they would be so fed up with being treated like machines that they would demand better treatment and wages from their bosses.
Marx believed that capitalism was an oppressive system that kept workers from being able to support themselves and their families. This led him to believe that people needed to take power away from those who controlled it: wealthy industrialists who owned factories or banks.
He believed that communism would be a better system because it would allow all people to have equal rights and equal access to resources such as food, clothing and shelter. He thought that once everyone was equal there would be no need for wars or other types of conflict because everyone would be treated fairly by society as a whole rather than just by one individual or group.