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People are naturally drawn to power and wealth Power exudes an opulence a bright center to an otherwise harsh or dreary existence Over time social classes have emerged In Egypt one may see a complex social pyramid in India the same For Rome one sees a simple social system Plebeians and patricians the haves and the have-nots This simple two class system has evolved and one could almost say prospered over the generations that have adopted it By the end of the 19th century 1895 writers like HG Wells portrayed societies so split that these societies seemed like different races to each other In 1921 a play named RUR showed an ever decaying society where only robots did work Finally in the 1950s Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury portrayed a society of sameness and of a mixture between the governments of the time Each of these documents had shown different haves and have-nots yet all portray one thing a person can only fit into one category Since the 1950s literature has changed as well as ideas and feelings toward the future the havehave not groups are no exception Today have groups are classified as having political power This group is made up of the rich and the upper middle class The group is where the politicians the lawyers the doctors and the very well educated come from The have-not groups are more the non-college graduates not saying that all are not college grads just most that these have-nots are the factory workers the farmers and most labor intensive jobs This classification leaves out the fact that most jobs today require a college degree or are shipped out of country because of the ridiculously low labor rates in other nations The rich famous and politically correct as well as the upper middle classes are the haves The workers and lower classes are the have-nots These groups have evolved out of necessity to fill the gap that
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