• Bernstein criticizes Marx and Engels because the number of large capitalists in society was growing and the middle classes persisted.
• The concentration of production in industries was not being accomplished in all its departments with equal thoroughness and at an equal rate.
• Capitalist privileges were giving way to democratic organizations, allowing the working classes to make important gains that limited the exploitative tendencies of capital.
• With the growth of democratic systems the need and potential opportunities of revolution diminish.
Q. Why do you think he refers so often to Engels?