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CLASS SYSTEMS IN VICTORIAN ENGLAND BY LAUREN AND NATALIA
WHAT WERE THE CLASS SYSTEMS? START OF 1800’S INEQUALITIES INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION REMAINED STABLE
UPPER CLASS HEREDIATRY ARISTOCRACY VERY SEPARATE CONTROLLED POLITICAL SYSTEM DID NOT HAVE PROFESSIONS £30,000
MIDDLE CLASS INCREASINGLY POWERFUL CLASS CONCIOUS TRADE UNIONS RICH FAMILES WITHOUT TITLES SKILLED PROFESSIONS-DOCTORS, TEACHERS LOWER-£ UPPER-£
WORKING CLASS EMPLOYED BY INDRUSTRAIL WORKERS HOSTILE TO OTHER CLASSES LOW SKILLED DANGEROUS JOBS £ PAUPERS/SUNKEN PEOPLE – EXTREME POVERTY TARGET OF PLIANTHROPISTS SAILORS-£40-75 SOLIDERS-£25
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