The Communist Manifesto has greatly stressed upon the difficulties and plight of the labors in the capitalist society. The authors have discussed how a worker in capitalism is commoditized. The workers are considered as a part of the equipment and are only important for the production of objects that are meant to be sold in the market. The workers are also alienated as they are separated from the product and have no control over their creation. The authors have also stated that in order to expand and reach new markets for their products, the capitalists would move beyond the boundaries of their country. They have predicted that the constant desire for acquiring new markets and cheap labor would result in now what we call globalization.
However, they have also praised this new industrial transformation for the fact that it would eradicate old feudal system and would unite the workers. This would start a new movement against the exploitation the proletariats face. It would enable the workers to construct a new social system where they would be the one to gain profit from their products.