Persistence of Social Inequality in America
'The Persistence of Social Inequality In America' initially demonstrates how the upper class owns and rules America. Provocotive reading for the general population, this book will be especially attractive to a college audience.
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The Concentration of Wealth Income and Power
The American Culture and the Reality
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American Dream Package American family annual income areas argued benefits big business blame the poor blue blue-collar workers blue-collar world bottom Bulworth central city challenge Chapter class consciousness class position class stratification class system collar world concentration of wealth corporations deferred gratification discussed divisions Domhoff economic elite example existing stratification system fact federal Furthermore George Soros hierarchy important income distribution indicates individual interests labor legislation Lynds major means of production median income middle Middletown studies non-upper class America non-upper class groups occupational one's overall ownership Paul Getty poverty prestige programs reality religion rich role significant situation social inequality social mobility social movement society status group status stratification stratification groups stratification position success suggests top 0.5 percent traditional American culture upper class upper-class dominated wealth and power wealthfare welfare white-collar and blue-collar white-collar workers white-collar world Yankee City