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Subject: social class values
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What is considered valuable by people of different classes? What types of possessions? Free time? Is there a major difference or are they generally similar?
Posted:7/16/2007
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L.M. , Gray, TN, United States
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Subject: I think there is one thing everyone values....
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And that's the right to live their life as they see fit according to the beliefs they hold dear. Unfortunately, there are too many people who won't allow that to happen.

With that said, I don't think that there's much of a common denominator even among the many classes. What is valuable is like beauty: it's in the eye of the beholder.


Love and Light, Rev. Shelly
Posted:12/15/2007
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Shelly Strauss Rollison, New Alexandria, PA, United States , 49 , Female , New Age/Metaphysical , White/Caucasian , Bisexual , Minister, writer, activist, CNA, draftsman , 4 Years of College , Lower middle class
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Category: Class
Subject: social class values
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Wow, these are good questions. Unfortunately, your questions cover way too much territory. Some students of class divide U.S. classes into over 20 classes. Either make your question way more specific or read some books about class.
Posted:10/5/2007
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Laurie , Boston, MA, United States , 56 , Female
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