• Because it is misunderstood.
  • it was initally considered bad because it stiffled individuality and ran contrary to the capitalist system. it is now considered bad because it failed.
  • Because no one knows how to properly apply it in a viable macro-economic model.
  • Because it is only an idealistc theory and cannot practically work in a real setting. Trying to implement it only causes major issues. Not to mention, even in the perfect idealistic setting the system still sucks for anyone involved. Who wants to live with no aspirations or merit or achievement? Marxism is only good for the lazy, the ones doing little work, or the ones on top cracking the whip.

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