Class in America: Q-Z
Robert E. Weir
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2007 - Social classes - 999 pages
Entries address people, terms, and concepts that help to define social class in America, exploring how perception of class has changed over the years and how class is addressed in politics and contemporary culture.
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Encyclopedia QZ 673
activists African Americans argue associated became blue-collar capitalism City civil rights communist Congress critics culture debate Democratic economic elite ethnic example farm farmers federal gender Gilded Age groups housing immigrants income individuals Industrial inequality labor movement Latinos Max Weber middle class National nineteenth organizations percent political poor popular poverty President programs Protestant race racial racism radical Reagan Reagan Democrats Red Scare reform Republican Reuther Revolution Robert Robert E Rockefeller Roosevelt Sanders scholars Seeger segregation Skull & Bones slavery slaves slum social class Social Darwinism Social Gospel society Southern status stratification strikes Suggested Reading tenant term theory think tanks tion Trotskyists twentieth century underclass unemployment Union United University upper class urban Vanderbilt viewed voting wage Wal-Mart War on Poverty wealth Weber Weir welfare William women workers working-class World York yuppie