Working class values

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Working class values are the good principles that guide the working class: hard work, honest living, traditional marriage, family values, and remembering one's roots. These have long been a bedrock of American prosperity, and were prevalent during the "golden years" of the 1950s, when the American Dream became the reality for millions of Americans.