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  Working Class Encyclopedia Article @ LaunchBase.org (Launch Base)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The concept of the working class is important in Marxist, Anarchist and Socialist thought, there is a great deal of political interest in the precise definition of who the working class is. Key points of commonality amongst various ideas include the idea that there is one working class, even though it may be internally divided.
Karl Marx defined the "working class" or proletariat as the multitude of individuals who sell their labor power for wages and do not own the means of production, and he believed them responsible for creating the wealth of a society.
Identification of a person as a member of the working class is often based on the nature of the work performed (Blue collar/White collar) by the person, the income of the person, or the extent of formal education that the person has completed.
www.launchbase.org /encyclopedia/Working_class   (1528 words)

  
 Upper Class Encyclopedia Article @ BareHands.com (Bare Hands)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Upper class landowners in Europe were often also members of the titled nobility, though not necessarily: the prevalence of titles of nobility varied widely from country to country.
Overall the American upper class is mostly comprised of individuals residing in households with net worths over one million dollars, who constitute roughly 3% of the population, and most commonly hold a graduate or professional degree from a prestigious university.
The lower-upper class on the other hand consists of those who were born into middle class, upper middle class, or working class families and who have achieved the status of being upper class.
www.barehands.com /encyclopedia/Upper_class   (1865 words)

  
 Class
Appliance classes, in the electric appliance manufacturing industry.
Class (education), a group of students attending a specific course or lesson, or short for a classroom.
Class (sailing), where boats of identical construction race against each other.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/c/cl/class.html   (131 words)

  
 IPod - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Apple states that the 60 GB and 30 GB iPods have battery lives of "up to 20 hours" and "up to 14 hours" respectively.
In 2003, class action lawsuits were brought against Apple complaining that the battery charges lasted for shorter lengths of time than stated and that the battery degraded over time.
It should be noted that all lithium-ion batteries lose capacity during their lifetime.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/IPod   (4461 words)

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