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Thapa Magar 1 Sabin Thapa Magar Prof. Jim Dudlo History-1302-23201 6 March, 2017 Document 21-3 Mother Jones wrote an open letter to Mrs. Palmer, a Chicago socialite, presenting her fear on social class differences and future uncertainties. Her letter was a portrait of the economy class that existed in the society--working class people and the capitalist. As Mother Jones consider Mrs. Palmer as a lady, who focused on social reforms, Mother Jones tried to convince her to be supportive and wise on the discussion that was taking place in between the working class and capitalist. Since there were unequal treatment and the laws were influenced by the capitalist society, the need to find a common ground in between those classes was necessary. So, from the perspective of Mother Jones, she captured her memories of the unjust system and her experiences being a working-class woman. She reflects the idea of power and prejudice. Her focus was mainly on the upcoming event where the two classes of people were about to have dinner, which was organized by Mrs. Palmer. Mother Jones views her struggles as she went
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