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'''Upward mobility''' refers to a person or family achieving social and financial advancement, generally achieved through hard work, education, thrift and other [[Conservative values]].
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'''Upward mobility''' refers to a person or [[family]] achieving social and financial advancement, generally achieved through hard work, [[education]], and [[thrift]]. [[Liberal]]s ignore this concept on purpose, to justify [[socialist]] ideas such as [[income redistribution]], [[minimum wage]], and [[rent control]] (see [[Entitlements]]).
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== Quotes from Lenin ==
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* “The way to crush the [[middle class]] is to grind them between the millstones of [[taxation]] and [[inflation]].” -- [[Lenin]]
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==See also==
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* [[Social class]] and [[Economic class]]
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* [[Aristocracy]] or [[Nobility]]
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* [[Bourgeoisie]] - some say [[White collar]]
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* [[Working class]] - or laboring class - some say [[Blue collar]]
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* [[Working class values]] - [[American values]] - [[Real America]] of [[Main Street]]
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* [[Proletariat]] and [[Nomenklatura]] of the [[Communist]] "[[Classless society]]" [[Police state]]
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* The [[poor]] - [[peasant]] or [[serf]] class or [[shudra]] and [[untouchables]] [[caste]]
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* [[Welfare state]] - [[Nanny State]] and [[Class warfare]]: [[Income redistribution]], [[minimum wage]], and [[rent control]] (see [[Entitlements]])
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* [[Caste system]]:
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* [[Brahmin]]s—priests and scholars
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* [[Kshatriya]] -- [[warrior]]s and [[noble]]s
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* [[Vaishya]] -- [[merchant]]s and [[farmer]]s
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* [[Shudra]]—artisans and those of the [[serf]] class.
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* [[Untouchables]]—the lowest [[social class]]
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==References==
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{{reflist|2}}
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==External links==
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* http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/the-real-meaning-of-downward-class-migration
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* http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/do-not-make-fun-of-those-that-have-fallen-out-of-the-middle-class-you-could-be-next
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:14, 13 July 2016

Upward mobility refers to a person or family achieving social and financial advancement, generally achieved through hard work, education, and thrift. Liberals ignore this concept on purpose, to justify socialist ideas such as income redistribution, minimum wage, and rent control (see Entitlements).

Quotes from Lenin

See also


References

External links