144) Invisible, too, is Richmond's black working class; the author's focus is squarely on the black petty bourgeoisie and elite
This book invites further more specific research on states and elites
in the Arab world.
Rael's point here is profoundly important: From at least the 1780s to the early 1800s, white and black elites
engaged in open debates about the meaning of the country and the public that constituted it.
Is not Democracy the rule of the people--the whole people and not an elite
, whether self-appointed or elected?
Few families married upwards out of their level in the elite
, so elite
wealth was not redistributed in Ragusan society.
It's a big step to skip the Silver division,'' said Elite
captain Aaron Nadel, who also plays for Agoura High.
Far from imperiling the elite
's ability to sustain family fortunes and status, the ongoing early deaths of patriarchs resolved a tension within elite
society, allowing for the generational turnover of modest amounts of heritable wealth without much conflict between fathers and children.
Why can't the intellectual elite
simply understand that no individual or group is smart enough to devise any system that would eliminate the inequality inherent in nature?
The party's increasing link with the rural bourgeoisie and its urban offshoot as well as its ties to transnational capital ends the era of an administrative elite
in Tunisia that was willing and able to challenge the interests of the most powerful social forces within and outside of the country.
It is power and how it is exercised that really interests Trexler -- despite his emphasis on marginals -- as his book poses the question: how far does power lie with the innovative politicians and manipulators of ritual, like the self-created martyrs Lorenzo de' Medici and Savonarola, and how far with the traditionalist honor elite
and its mediators?
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These are the "indigenous mestizos" that de la Cadena refers to in the title; these individuals created their own racial hierarchy within the city, placing themselves in an intermediate position between the recently arrived country bum pkin and the members of the high Cuzco elite