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The Working Class In Middletown Throughout the history of civilization man has always grouped people into classes Some cultures base their classes on religion some on financial status and some on occupation The fortunate individuals who live among the top of their class system enjoy a life of wealth and prestige These individuals work less but make more The majority of them have been in this class for their entire lives Born into an environment where success is the norm instead of the rarity The middle of these classes lives what is said to be the average life They have had the opportunity to get and education earn a descent living and fit into their own middle of the road social bracket The third main group of classes is the lower class The individuals in this class do not have the fortunate opportunities that the other classes share These citizens have little or no education make little money and are often handicapped by a psychological or physiological disorder In American history a class which doesnt fit this three system bracket has evolved This class is called the working class The working class is a rather complicated group and almost has a class system of its own In the late 1800s and during the depression of the 1930s the many members of the working class had hardly enough money to buy food In contrast many 1950s and 1960s working class families lived quite comfortably and were able to afford some modern luxuries These working class differences were very common throughout the 1900s The following entails a look back at the working class in the late 1800s and follows their progress into the present day The way the working class earned a living raised a family and maintained spiritual beliefs will all be discussed The role the present day economy
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