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By Burton J. Bledstein,Robert D. Johnston

in line with their nationwide fantasy, all american citizens are "middle class," yet hardly ever has the sort of widely-used time period been so poorly outlined. those attention-grabbing essays supply much-needed context to the topic of sophistication in America.

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