Middle class

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The Middle class describes people who are not aristocrats/upper class nor working class or underclass but have a fair standard of living. Depending on class model used, the middle class may make up anywhere from 45% to 49% of households in the United States. There is a lower middle class and an upper middle class. In Marxism, middle class is the class below the ruling class. The word bourgeoisie may also be used as a synonym of middle class.

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