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马克思指出:“在没有阶级和阶级对抗的情况下,社会进化将不再是政治革命。”这表明在无阶级的

马克思指出:“在没有阶级和阶级对抗的情况下,社会进化将不再是政治革命。”这表明在无阶级的社会( )

A.社会将不再需要进化

B.人们将不再有政治生活

C.政治上的暴力革命将不再发生

D.社会的发展仍有可能通过暴力革命进行


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正确答案:C

 在阶级社会中,社会的进化和发展往往是通过政治革命的形式进行的,但在将来共产主义这个无阶级社会,虽然人们还会有政治生活,还会有社会的进步和发展,但社会的发展不会采取阶级斗争和暴力革命的形式进行。因此,正确选项为C

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