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Social Class Development and Survival

Summary: Hypothesizes that social classes are far too dominant in today's world and traces the history of social classes worldwide. Evaluates the status of the American middle class.
I believe social classes are far too dominant and influential in today's society. One's social class status fundamentally controls that person's life, which greatly conflicts with what the constitution stands for.

Social classes were always here, even before "here" became America. The Native American Indians had a fairly simple and primitive social class structure. There was the chief, the hunters/gatherers, and the villagers and homemakers. Brittan's social classes carried over to America when the came: there was the governor, the tow council, the militia, and the villagers. Today's social classes can be crudely written as the poor, the well-off, and the rich.

Crudeness is rarely satisfactory, so we must better define the social class system. In A Paradigm for the Study of Social Strata, James S. Coleman splits up the social class system into three main classes, and several sub-classes. The three main classes are the upper...

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