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The middle classes,” Satyarthi once told the BBC, want “cheap, docile labour.

As the powerful battle, the middle classes increasingly become spectators.

It is usually the habit of the middle classes to demand accountability from their governments.

Strong and self-confident middle classes are usually considered to be the most important prerequisite for democracy to work well.

Accusations of her “snobbishness” toward the middle classes have taken center stage instead.

And, on the whole, I do not know that there are better mothers than the English, especially of the middle classes.

I would say we were in the middle classes while we lived on Alvez.

He was equally hopeless of the middle classes, but he was confident that the people would respond.

Simultaneously with the growth of the middle classes there arose the need for a domestic, practical literature.

They are probably higher in their intellectual life than a large proportion of the so-called middle classes.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to middle class, such as: bourgeois, bourgeoisie, burgherdom, educated class, middle-income group, and middle order.

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