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    (Original post by Alasdair)
    Totally. Because it was the Bourgeoisie who erected the buildings, dug the coal, and built the machines that were the backbone of Western Civilisation... :rolleyes:
    Essentially, yes. The middle classes organised the workers to do their manual work properly, and what would we do without professional, educated labour and merchants?
    Yet the working classes and middle classes are of mutual importance to each other. Don't be confused about the structure of inter-class relationships though :dontknow:
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    It's not about your class, it's about your life.

    Given any social background, one can have an overall fun fulfilling life or one can have overall a dull empty life.

    It doesn't matter where you're from, it's about the self-direction of the individual and their courage in seeking out a life which they find fulfilling.
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