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Class matters

cross-class alliance building for middle-class activists

by Betsy Leondar-Wright

  • 252 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by New Society Publishers in Gabriola Island, BC .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Social classes -- United States,
    • Classism -- United States,
    • Social action -- United States,
    • Social justice -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 162) and index.

      StatementBetsy Leondar-Wright.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN90.S6 .L46 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 177 p. :
      Number of Pages177
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3464356M
      ISBN 100865715238
      LC Control Number2005434043
      OCLC/WorldCa58052629

        A uniquely personal yet deeply informed exploration of the hidden history of class in American life From the decks of the Mayflower straight through to Donald Trump’s “American carnage,” class has always played a role in American life. In this remarkable work, Steve Fraser twines our nation’s past with his own family’s history, deftly illustrating how class matters precisely because 4/5(1).   The idea that class matters — or at least, that inequality matters — now seems to be a mainstream position again, since the crisis, since Occupy, since Piketty. You are critical of some “common sense” approaches to inequality, in which inequality is discussed in terms of how people are sorted into positions.

      Resources A few great books on class If you only have time to read two books on cross-class alliance building: Fred Rose, Coalitions across the Class Divide, Cornell University, Linda Stout, Bridging the Class Divide and other Lessons for Grassroots Organizing, Beacon, .   Our assignment was to read our Class Matters book by Correspondents of the New York Times (introduction by Bill Keller). We then have to give the gist of what we read as well as answer some questions so here we go.. Gist: The beginning of this chapter really talks about class rank within society.

      Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find Class Matters () by The New York Times,/5(K).   Where We Stand: Class Matters by bell hooks All books written by bell hooks are powerful, direct, and very brave. Exactly when I was hoping bell would write a book about class, I discovered this one. Her writings about love lead to exploration of capitalism and its social structure more in depth, to strengthen points about the ways class 5/5(5).


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I finished it with regret, because there were no more fascinating pages to read, but also with delight, because I had found someone new to learn from.”—Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickel and Dimed: On (Not. Published in by The New York Times, Class Matters takes a look at the role social class plays in American life.

The book examines how class, which is defined as the combination of income, wealth, education, and occupation, influences one’s prospects in a society that prides itself on being a. Class Matters explores income, social class, wealth's causal factors, social class mobility, the reality of the American Dream, old versus new money, class distinctions, types of neighborhoods and enclaves, mixed class marriages, tax policy and the rapidly growing wealth disparity and more.

I especially liked the chapter, "Old Nantucket Warily /5(61). In Class Matters, a team of New York Times reporters explores the ways in which class—defined as a combination of income, education, wealth, and occupation—influences destiny in a society that likes to think of itself as a land of opportunity.

We meet individuals in Kentucky and Chicago who have used education to lift themselves out of /5(25). And yet social class remains a powerful force in American life. In Class Matters, a team of New York Times reporters explores the ways in which class—defined as a combination of income, education, wealth, and occupation—influences destiny in a 4/5(7).

Class Matters is an unusual blend of chapter essays about social class in America with author Steven Fraser's personal life experiences. Although the blend is not always well integrated, it matters little, as the essays, about different periods and regions in the country, are /5.

Class Matters proves that class does matter. Sometimes it’s a rather sticky and uncomfortable issue but it’s there. As much as most people want to claim a homogenous American culture, there are the traditional classes of the upper, upper-middle, middle and low or working class.

However, the. “Class Matters” arrives on the scene just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Kerner Commission report, which was ordered by President Lyndon Johnson in reaction to.

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contents preface vii where we stand Class Matters 1 Making the Personal Political 10 Class in the Family 2 Coming to Class Consciousness 24 3 Class and the Politics of Living Simply 38 4 Money Hungry 50 5 The Politics of Greed 6 Being Rich 70 7 The Me-Me Class 80File Size: KB.

"Class Matters is a beautifully reported, deeply disturbing, portrait of a society bent out of shape by harsh inequalities. Read it and see how you fit into the problem or—better yet—the solution!"—Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickel and Dimed and Bait and Switch4/5(7).

Thus, it is hardly surprising that CLASS MATTERS, a book compiled from stories previously published about class in America by the New York Times, should consist largely of anecdotes. That it works so well is a tribute not just to the writers themselves, but /5(5).

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“Class Matters is a bold and brilliant account of how the subject of class was expunged from American consciousness and culture. I finished it with regret, because there were no more fascinating pages to read, but also with delight, because I had found someone new to learn from.”—Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickel and Dimed: On (Not Brand: Yale University Press.

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