My Ssec Capstone Project Julie Charlip If only that were true

Julie Charlip If only that were true

Julie Charlip
If only that were true, things might be more simple. But in late twentieth-century America, it seems that society is splitting more and more into a plethora of class factions — the working class, the working poor, lower-middle, upper-middle, lower uppers, and upper uppers. I find myself not knowing what class I’m from.
But I always felt that we were in some no man’s land, suspended between classes, sharing similarities with some and recognizing sharp, exclusionary differences from others.
What class do I come from?
What class am I in now?
As an historian, I seek the answers to these questions in the specificity of my past.

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