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Unformatted text preview: is that everyone is not rich; Therefore, Americans are not equal. Gregory Mantsios, an essayist who discusses social classes in America, writes in his essay, Class in America 2003, that, The United States is fundamentally a classless society. Class distinctions are largely irrelevant today, and whatever differences do exist in economic standing, they are for the most part insignificant. Rich or poor, we are all equal in the eyes of the law, and such basic needs as health care and education are provided to all regardless of economic standing ( Rereading America 309). Society chooses to accept this myth because this is the way that America should be....
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