Last night during lecture, we watched a segment from the documentary, “People Like Us: Social Class in America.” Commenting on his experience entering adulthood and climbing the social ladder in the United States, one of the characters in the documentary said, “it’s permanent high school.” What do you think he meant by that? Take, for instance, somebody who grew up poor but becomes middle class (by the income they earn). This person went to college, made new friends and acquaintances, and they are earning a much higher wage than their parents did. What are some of the obstacles that somebody in this position must confront, ones that make their lives “permanent high school?” In other words, how do they continually get reminded of social class (i.e. cliques) during their daily lives, even when they become adults? Make references to other characters and segments from the documentary in writing up your answer. **Write 700-800 words in a Microsoft Word document
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