Comparison of voting levels with occupation status

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Comparison of voting levels with occupation status 49 percent of laborers voted 61 percent of craft workers voted 76 percent of white collar workers voted F. Crime and law enforcement People from the lower classes do not commit crimes. However, the crimes committed by the poor receive more attention. Poor people, who commit crimes, are more likely to receive punishment. Nowhere is the power differential between classes more obvious than in the criminal justice system. G. Perspective The higher ones class, the greater is ones optimism about the economy and political order. The
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Unformatted text preview: greater is the hope for personal success. People who live in poverty, even though schools and parents teach them that they should strive to rise above poverty, face schools that can't teach them. They encounter employers that won't hire them. They live near stores that can't sell to them. The poor, after all, have different class backgrounds than their teachers. They have no skills to sell employers. They have no money with which to buy things...
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