There is no such thing as an "independent" arbiter in a class-divided society
, just as there are no vegetarians to be found amongst tigers, lions, and other predators.
Having high-end social connections, Deukis could give their families what they otherwise could never dream to have in a class-divided society
. As these females were a source of income and social influence, their families had non-patriarchal familial structures.
AWP founding member Zahoor Khan said the revolutionaries of yesteryears were committed to overthrowing all exploitative structures associated with a class-divided society
, including the institutionalised discrimination against religious minorities, lower castes and oppressed ethnic nations.
The role of schools in ensuring equal opportunities in a class-divided society
has been seen as crucial.
The state, as defined by Price, being the 'dominant power of a territory [...] a bureaucratic-military machine standing above, and alienated from, the rest of class-divided society
, serving the interests of the upper class' (p.9).
The kind of class-divided society
Chamberlain had to contend with was typified by a ball he attended at Birmingham Town Hall as a young man.
* a general disrespect for justice for the poor in our class-divided society
For Durkheim, the fact that modern class-divided society
has failed to achieve the moral integrity of the "lost worlds" of the pre-modern era is attributed to the corruption of the modern division of labour.
At the very least, Coyne suggests that the fact that some of the rich are getting poorer rather than richer explodes the idea that we live in a class-divided society
that is remarkably unfair in the way it distributes its goods.
It is to achieve a fake "unity" of a class-divided society
along virulent nationalistic parameters, and to sedate the masses from the pain of their daily privations, deflecting them from dwelling on the principal causes of them, namely, a diseased capitalist system, and the growing gap between a handful of billionaires and millionaires at the apex of it, and the many, many millions at its base.
Just as the era the book describes is a kind of flipside to the decadent and rigidly class-divided society
of Wilde's original, so Self's linguistic style, like Wilde, is a curiously distinct mixture of the verbose and the pithy in a new millennium where most writing tends towards the shape, concision, and blandness of a mobile text message.
Imagine what could be done for the unemployed, the homeless, the elderly, the sick, and the youth of this class-divided society
if that staggering sum of public money was diverted from scrap metal that can never be used into social and economic reconstruction of the country.