class prejudice

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CLASS prejudice and establishment contempt for working class heroes are the final insults from the honours system.
It was the latest in a series of comments that have clashed with the 39-year-old president's carefully controlled image and opened him to accusations of class prejudice from leftist opponents.
Despite military censorship, the more irrepressible Holland skewers Canadian and British bureaucrats whom she blames for unnecessary suffering, English class prejudice that fails to recognize nursing as a skilled and respectable occupation, and the imperialism that holds Canada (and Australia) in little esteem.
Meanwhile, Jewish athlete Harold Abrahams (Cross) has to overcome class prejudice and anti-Semitism, as well as the other competitors.
Meanwhile, Jewish athlete Harold Abrahams (Ben Cross) has to overcome class prejudice and anti-Semitism, as well as the other competitors.
Meanwhile, Jewish athlete Harold Abrahams has to overcome class prejudice and anti-Semitism, as well as the other competitors.
On a more global stage, we see prophets of love such as Mother Teresa of Calcutta, who advocated care for the dying who are alone and dejected; and Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela, who overcame the barriers of racial and class prejudice and bridged the divide.
The mother exposes her class prejudice by hiding her family's devolving financial status and by despising the poverty of the local villagers.
Rape culture, class prejudice, and bullying are all handled sensitively and powerfully in this novel.
Widening class distances produce class prejudice, classism.
Similarly, she writes as a cultural theorist, so while the book's subject is the bodies of visitors, the author tends to ignore physical bodies in favor of conceptual ones, for instance assuming Victorian concerns about damage from "the dirty masses" are entirely about class prejudice rather than also dealing with intense physical crowding in early coal-fueled public buildings without ventilation systems, running water, climate control, or smoking laws.
Ultimately, a combination of religious and class prejudice and mechanical superiority led to the crossbow being supplanted by the longbow in many medieval armies.