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Tom Viles says
With my preferences registered, I still have to say it’s all interesting. Even some of the items I am less interested in, such as cross-class relationships, are still engaging, and I learn something from reading them. Classism Exposed is a refreshing resource for those of us who struggle with class-based condescension and hindrance.
And yes, please enter my name in the Chuck Collins book drawing.
PS: About your length-of-posts question, I don’t mind lengthy posts as long as they’re not rants. Fortunate, I have found, ranters tend to self-disclose fairly quickly, sparing me the trouble of feeling like I need to finish reading. But we are dealing with issues here that are best expressed in paragraphs, not short tweets!
Elizabeth Griffin says
As an upper middle class Native American woman it has been a long personal struggle. What concerns me is that younger generations do not understand they must continue the battle to maintain present conditions and surge forward to get equality.
Suzanne Zilber says
If I have not read all the blogs, it is because I have become overwhelmed with political emails and primarily access my email when I am at work. The Blogs are usually great.
I do not need to be entered into the contest for Chuck’s book.
Linda Easley says
Made me aware of nuances of class dynamics by taking this survey…like
Please do enter me in the drawing. I do use Class Lives as a textbook
in a Social Justice in Local and Global Contexts (Soc 469) class at
Siena Heights University in Adrian, Michigan and students like it…they
can relate to the stories.