other words for working-class
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It depends on your angle, to be honest, Carlos, I think that I grew up a very working class kid in Rhode Island.
Besides, I have not yet described the food of any but the working-class.
This question had agitated a considerable part of the working-class for many years.
I'm beginning to see some reason for the hostility which the working-class has for the 'intellectuals.'
Mr. John Burns may be denounced as a renegade by Socialist critics, but a working-class electorate returns him to Parliament.
It is a terrible story of working-class life in Paris, a study of the ravages wrought by drink.
This report gives evidence of ignorance in the working-class of England, such as could hardly be expected in Spain or Italy.
The working-class movement already is largely a Socialist movement, and is in continual process of becoming more so.
This Socialism was, in 1847, a middle-class movement; communism a working-class movement.
She felt it no longer as an interesting academic discussion, but as the vital problem of the working-class.