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Brandon Kipper HDFS 2017/5/2019Article Review #31. The article “Class Differences in Child-Rearing Are on the Rise” depicted the continuing growth of a divide amongst american classes caused by a vicious cycle that starts in the early development and parenting of children. In this, the author describes the division of classes as the product of the richer classes having more time, flexibility, and resources to provide their children with at an early age, that eventually leads to these children being more prepared, educated, and willing to branch out and succeed invarious fields of work. This perpetuates the growing divide as the children born into the middle and upper classes are more likely to find and maintain higher paying jobs; while children who were born into the lower/working class, who had fewer resources, parentaltime, and organized activity during their early development have less skills, education and are much less likely to find a higher paying secure job.