What is the critical argument of Marx’ theory of history?

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With this in mind, Marx & Engels’ quote and argument refer to the societal normalities which are seemingly but mistakenly entrenched in each historical stage. The economic base and the means of which production exist are brought about by prior revolutionary ideas that are then manifested as the ruling class’s ideas. This theory is plausible in that economic structures of society exist as long as they have the means to develop productive powers and once they do not, are replaced by...
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