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Another group described how they had once worked to

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place it was at and that was all taken away when the labor jobs were moved. Another group described how they had once worked to manufacture black and white, and colored televisions; these jobs had also been moved. Many other workers have also lost their jobs, or fear losing them, because of their lack of power. Most workers are replaceable and there is always someone to take their place if they choose to attempt retaliation. U.S. jobs are becoming for the “skilled and educated” only. Not being a part of the working class I at times find it very hard to relate to these films, however, I could see the commentary being extremely offensive at times. I in no way agree that people in the working class are unskilled or uneducated, as I have learned from reading various comments from my classmates most of them that consider themselves working class are very happy and extremely proud of their work. I think it is a very bold statement to make to say that the United States will eventually only cater to those in the middle class or higher, but maybe I am naïve. Anyone care to share his or her opinion or enlighten me?
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