The United States was built on equality and upward mobility, but this ideal masks a very real class structure. Following Americans of all walks of life, this documentary explores the trappings and activities of class, as well as the uneasy relations among classes.
People Like Us: Social Class in America
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Cheeks, R. (Narrators). (2001). People like us: social class in America [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473961777
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