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According to general Marxist literary theory, the central conflict in Macbeth is
the tension between the Scottish nobility and the common people.
between English and Scottish nobility.
a result of the unfair labor practices oppressing the Scottish proletariats.
the machinations of the Scottish nobility to retain power.
the pull between the intrinsic sense of nobility and the extrinsic allure of power.