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The War Between the Classes By Your Name Here The War Between the Classes is an excellent book written by Gloria D Miklowitz It is about a high-school class that plays the Color Game In the game there are four social classes which are represented by armbands Blues highest richest Dark Greens upper-middle class semi-rich Light Greens lower-middle class semi-poor Oranges lowest class very poor To further split up the classes there are the superior sex Teksfemales and the inferior sex No-Teksmales There are also groups of Color Game policemen which are older students who played the game in previous years They record the students activities and record any good or bad behavior which can result in demotions or promotions The Color Game runs like this Lower classes or No-Teks must bow when they meet eyes with a higher class or Tek Higher classes can give orders to lower classes Lower classes may not speak to a higher class unless spoken to and can only reply in a short answer You must have your armband and journal with you at all times The main character in this book is Emiko Amy Sumoto She comes from a Japanese family and her parents believe she should keep the family going by marrying a Japanese boy Instead she is interested in a rich white boy names Adam which is the opposite of her In the Color Game all the Latinos in the class turn out to be high colors and rich whites end up as lower colors which are all planned out by their teacher Although she is used to being treated as a lower person in real life along with the rest of the Latinos she doesnt feel right with the power she has being one of the most powerful people in the class She decides to try and unite all the colors to an equal rank After being demoted from Blue
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