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Struggling to continue their downfall and societies

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struggling to continue their downfall and societies class lines will stay as they are. c) Theory 3: immigrants have replaced the poor Society makes very general claims about immigrants and how they have lead to the demise of American economy and, in some ways, created yet another class: they take American jobs and drive down wages, drain public finances, and raise crime rates. In reality, very little about any of these claims are actually true. Zweig describes that there is evidence to oppose each one. With continual misrepresentation of immigrants, as well as other members of the working class, American society will be unable to make advancements. d) Theory 4: the poor are separate from the working class Zweig stated that “more than half the working class experiences poverty in a ten year period” (90) This proves that trying to divide the poor from the working class would be wrong. In order to eliminate poverty it is important to improve the working and living standards of the working class as a whole rather than separating them. Separation will lead to increased abuse of the “lowest class” and cause isolation that will
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