Tag Archives: Lower Class

19th and 20th Century Shifts in bourgeoisie

Lots of people think they need a revolution or violence to change things. We may not forget the urban workers, who moved by their misery and by the powerful social myths engendered by the Great Revolution, remained unreconciled. For a … Continue reading

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Lower and middle-class youth becoming tiny cogs in a larger whole that they cannot control

When looking at the youth of today, for me it looks like we are confronted with a “pampered” or “spoiled” generation. The apparently well-adjusted, mainly conformist, upper and middle-class youth may be said to typify success within a specific cultural … Continue reading

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American social perception, classes and fear mongering

Some may find it not right to see the the vote for Trump as a reflection of the deepening racism and chauvinism within the working-class and consider the reality to be quite the opposite. I (or perhaps “We”) in Europe … Continue reading

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Hard or easy ways to afford education

The obvious not so obvious In this capitalist world in the ‘modern countries’ everything seems obvious. We think everybody in the industrialist countries can follow good education and find a good job. But is that not a dream mistaken? Again … Continue reading

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