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In the essay Class in America Myths and Realities the author GMantsios advances a few hypothesis about the differentiation of contemporary society in the US First author is showing that however people rarely or never talk about the existence of social classes in the US such classes not only exists but there is a huge abyss between them Second part of the essays is demonstration that people who are born in the families already well doing have the better start education aspirations and opportunities then the people whose parents are poor In his opinion the belonging to the low class does not give the chance to succeed and this is even more difficult for the minorities The third part is the summary of the earlier analysis On the base of the statistical data author introduces his opinion that poor and minorities are oppressed by capitalism which author calls to be a system that is based on private rather then public ownership and control of commercial enterprises and on the class division between those who own and control and those whom do not Under the capitalism these enterprises are governed by the need to produce a profit for the owners rather than to fulfill collective needs After reading the first two parts of Mantosis essay I responded with the agreement Even without statistical data I would believe the author that social classes not only exists but also that moving socially upward is not an easy matter and for sure one of determining success factors is the place of the birth That seems natural that parents help their children in the way they could so if the parents have means so their children will have better start than others will However I agree with that of his opinion I am going to argue with the opinion that blames the capitalism for being to oppressive to the lower classes First of all in my opinion it
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