There is a widening chasm between the more affluent and less affluent socioecnomic classes in the United States. The more affluent have the psychosocial and sociocultural mindset which will enable them and their descendants to thrive socioeconomically in the coming years. Conversely, the less affluent is falling through the cracks, being left further and further behind. There seems to be NO END in sight. There seems to be LITTLE or NO hope for the less affluent. Do YOU agree with this premise? Why? Why not?
I don't know, but I think that lady should share some of her cookies with her man
by Grace Marguerite Williams 21 months ago
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