- n. Plural form of social class.
“As it is, aggressive nationalism and racial or religious hostility are vio - lently ranging nations and social classes against each other.”
“Although according to our history books, social classes were eradicated in 1917, along with the tsar, Professor Rodionov takes great pride in belonging to what he calls “the erudite elite.””
“Throughout most of America’s past, therefore, men from all social classes joined forces to keep married women at home where they were unpaid maidservants for their husbands and unpaid baby-makers for everybody else.”
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