How Does 2012’s Increasingly Bimodal Class System Compare With 1912?

How Does 2012’s Increasingly Bimodal Class System Compare With 1912?

11 April, 2012

It is popular for American society to bemoan the decline of the middle class. Our shared cultural narrative tells us that the middle class was once large and all-encompassing, that it was relatively easy to enter and represented widely shared values, and that it was what set America apart from the stratified societies seen in Europe and across the developing world.

To a point, this nostalgic


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