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Classism in the US part 1 by Derek o
Classism in the US part 1 by Derek o
Classism in the US part 1 by Derek o
Classism in the US part 1 by Derek o
Classism in the US part 1 by Derek o
Classism in the US part 1 by Derek o
Classism in the US part 1 by Derek o
Classism in the US part 1 by Derek o
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Classism in the US part 1 by Derek o

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  • 1.   Classism in the US part 1 by Derek Olmos period 7 sociology source Mr Ruben Meza (2012)
  • 2.   insert you class  hierarchy illustration Re-size it so to fit the slide and look professional
  • 3.   The elite class the richest and most powerful people in the country the elite live in a world of their own
  • 4.   The upper class people who have so much wealth that  hey dont have to work much to keep the upper class status
  • 5.   The middle class Usually paid by salary white collar workers 
  • 6.   The working class blue wage workers includes semi skilled and skilled labor
  • 7.   The poverty class people living below the poverty line 
  • 8.   The underclass people who live in destitution outside of the system often without addresses or phone numbers

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