Reviewing The Emancipation by Karl Max

Emancipation is the provision of freedom to an individual or a group of people so that they can control their affairs. According to Thomas  “all emancipation is restoration of the human world and the relationships of men themselves and political emancipation is a reduction of man to a member of the civil society, to an egoistic independent individual and to a citizen.” Generally, people are emancipated when they are delivered from any form of control. Karl Marx explained political emancipation as the freedom gained by people when they become aware of their political rights and freedom.

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