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Talking about Middle, Upper, etc. class is misleading. I understand that this is the language we know, and I used this appelation before. But it creates a false distinction based on a muddled line in the sand, depending on your income, and/or your employment. Usually “class” refers to a clear distinction, a fundamental difference. And that difference is exemplified in the role of being an “Employer”, and an “Employee”. That’s what people in the past meant when they talked about “class struggle”. Not between muddled “middle”, “lower”, “upper” class. …


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