Karl marx spent much of his life attempting to describe and understand how capitalism works. in one particularly vivid passage, he described in this way the turbulence he saw as inherent in capitalism: "all that is solid melts into air, all that is holy is profaned, and man is at last compelled to face with sober senses his real condition of life and his relations with his kind." what sort of relationships did he think his readers had with other people?
If your possible answers are A relationships of community and religion b relationships based on social bonds and solidarity c economic relationships d cultural relationships e feudal relationships Then the correct answer should be B. relationships based on social bonds and solidarity. He believed that capitalism was alienating people and that it was against their interest and that people have to build strong relationships and have high solidarity among each other.