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class conflict (also class warfare and class struggle) is the political tension and economic antagonism that exists in
the forms of class conflict include direct violence, such as wars for resources and cheap labor and assassinations; indirect violence, such as deaths from poverty and starvation, illness and unsafe working conditions. economic coercion, such as the threat of unemployment or the withdrawal of investment capital; or ideologically, by way of political literature. additionally, political forms of class warfare are: legal and illegal lobbying, and bribery of legislators.
the social-class conflict can be direct, as in a dispute between labour and management, such as an employer's
in the political and economic philosophies of