Why is being or becoming at least upper middle class & at the most upper class
SOCIOECONOMIC NECESSITIES these days in postmodern, computerized American civilization, culture, & society?
There is nothing new in all of this. The desire to rise economically, and the the thought that one could, started way back at the beginnings of the Industrial Age. Before that it was Master and Serf - or whatever term you wish to use to describe the Landowners and those that had no land.
Come the Industrial Revolution, the flock to the cities, and the cleverest - and generally more unscrupulous - of those who saw the opportunities, quickly worked themselvesd into situation where they could become wealthy.
The 'rat race' to the top continues. Maybe it will never stop.
by Grace Marguerite Williams21 months ago
What IS the difference, if any, between the upper middle class and the lower upper class?
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
WHICH would YOU rather be solidly middle class, upper middle class, lower upper class orsolidly upper class? Why?
by Elayne7 years ago
I was born in farm country (raising sheep, chickens and crops) and raised in lower middle class (father was a mechanic and then an uncertified accountant). Now that I am married, we are middle class citizens - upper...
by alexandriaruthk5 years ago
How do you define middle class?Many times I heard or read that middle class economic situation is the true gauge in which you can check if the economy is improving, but how do you really define middle class?
by IDONO3 years ago
If the rich get richer, and the poor get poorer, how does the middle class shrink?Seems like more space is created and with population always increasing, seems like the middle class should expand, not shrink or...
by Goodpal5 days ago
Why everything in society gets decided by the rich?Will the rich any importance left if suddenly all the poor people vanish from the societies? In fact, poor people work at cheaper wages to create wealth for the rich....
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