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Image This tournament, thus far, has belonged not to soccer’s great aristocratic houses, but to its petite bourgeoisie.
Each mobilized men and women from a broad spectrum of the population but had particular attraction for the petite bourgeoisie.
The airport is to America’s petite bourgeoisie—the small-time capitalists and traveling salesmen who delivered us to Trump—what the factory is to the white working class: a symbol of how much better things used to be.
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