A middle class family is defined by what?
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The Shrinking Middle Class
Before we discuss the phenomenon of the shrinking middle class it is important to note that sociologically, society, especially American society is stratified according to social class. Elements considered in determining which class one belongs to include power, wealth, status, education as well as access to opportunities. Typically, American society is divided in Upper, Middle and Lower class. The Upper class is typically made up of a small percentage with the most access to wealth and power as well as status, controlling most of the resources of society made up of leaders, CEOs, successful entrepreneurs, industrialists and businessmen. The Middle class comprise much of society and, dependent upon quantifying methods used make up between 25% (upper middle class) to 66% (+lower middle class) of the American society (Chinni, 2005), with income ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 per ...
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Kibbutzims, Communes, Middle Class & Social Order
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Are there any controls on the kibbutz leaders those who are "more powerful"? Can the people who voted them in would they be able to get rid of them if things are not going right? Are they there whether or not they do a job that benefits the kibbutz?
Consider the statement: If the middle class continues to shrink until there is no longer a middle class. The rich will have to pay additional taxes to sustain programs needed for the poor.
If the rich are already getting tax refunds, even though they are not paying taxes. How will they help do that?
How can the rich help the poor by paying additional taxes if there is no middleclass to pay taxes. Will all the burden of paying more taxes be passed down on to the poor?