Class collaboration under capitalism.

In the words of todays Republican/Conservatives party, or the Reagan trickle up economics that capitalism "affirms the irremediable, fruitful and beneficent inequality of men." Given this premise, capitalism conclude that the preservation of social hierarchy is in the interests of all classes, and therefore all classes should collaborate in its defense. Both the lower and the higher classes should accept their roles and perform their respective duties.

In capitalism thought, the principle of class collaboration is combined with strong nationalism. The stability and the prosperity of the nation was seen as the ultimate purpose of collaboration between the two classes.
In capitalism, society is divided into two productive roles via division of labor and that of management. These various roles may or may not constitute different social classes. But society does divide into classes based on production, and these classes are central to prosperity for the top 1%, ONLY!!!!

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