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1

What are the three classes of American society? Why do some say that the classes are disappearing? How has the very wealthy responded to this blurring of the lines?

2

What is upward mobility? Why do some scholars feel that making upward mobility too fluid would be a disservice to those who achieved it and to the culture in general?

3

Define what “need blind” and “need conscious” college admission policies are. Which policy did the state of Virginia decide to follow? How can it be applied?

4

What ramifications face a university who admit a large number of low-income students? How do SAT scores play a role in the admission of wealthy versus low-income students?

5

What is the “re-lo” class? Describe the typical career, lifestyle and wealth of a re-lo.

6

What is the origin of the hyper-rich on Nantucket Island in Cape Cod? How have they carved out their...

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