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Be sure to write you name in the comment box so I know who responded and follow the instructions for responding provided in the study guide. Remember, this is an English class and points will be taken off for incorrect use of the English language, and any other spelling and grammatical errors. This comment has been removed by the author. He achieved this by graduating from college, getting married, and getting his degree in agriculture.
The middle class essentially are neither rich nor poor. The middle class in the 1950’s were the advancing social class. Truman Capote uses the Clutter family to represent the rising middle class in 1950’s America by describing their way of life. The Clutter family is the perfect and typical family living the American Dream. The American Dream is to own a house, have a car and have enough money to live comfortable and buy everything your family needs.
The Clutters have it all, although it wasn’t always like this. The middle class is the social class that is neither rich, which means you can waste whatever amount of money and still be okay, or poor, which is the social class that barely has any money to survive. The middle class is where you and your family live comfortably and peacefully with the money you have. It wasn’t always like this, though.