Most people remember Karl Marx's most potent points and phrases, and the mountain of corpses his disciples left behind, especially in the 20th century.
However, most forget or don't even know the specific policies that Marx advocated.
Within his 1848 Communist Manifesto, Marx outlined a list of ten short-term demands. These, he thought, would be the precursor to the ideal stateless, classless communist society.
Ironically in today's world, Marx's demands look pretty much mainstream.
That is because nearly every single item on the list has been implemented to varying degrees in the United States.