Tag Archives: class
I have liberal democratic “instincts” coming from at least four and probably more sources.
The paradox of administration is that it generates more, not less, administrative work for non-administrators.
All we see in the absence of class analysis is odd pans and low angles, moral failings and affective turns.
The real issue is that intersectional theory does not make class into the superhighway some imagine it is.
Everything the ancient Greek oligarch said against the demos, the modern American elite can say against the middle class.
a1. poor, lower middle class, middle class, upper middle class, rich a2. poor, working class, middle class, rich b1. poor versus rich b2. working class versus non-working class c1. individualism c2. humanism
Even when you do show up, you don’t.
Working hard is easier than hard work.
Whatever it is, it sure isn’t landed wealth, conspicuous consumption, or class dominance.
Class and race are vying for the title of social division Americans least want to talk about.