How are French kids indoctrinated? The Economist article explains:

The analysis of social structure starts with Marx. One textbook’s subheadings move depressingly from “More and more suicides at work”, to “More and more insecure jobs”. In another textbook, a chapter on “social justice” asks: “Do high revenues threaten fairness?”, and illustrates it with a 19th-century engraving of a bourgeois couple and a photo of a modern-day French demonstrator with a placard reading “Tax the rich”.

And just to hammer the point home, in their final high school exam, students are asked to answer essay questions like “What do we owe the state?”