The dream is not to become upper-middle-class, with its different food, family, and friendship patterns; the dream is to live in your own class milieu, where you feel comfortable — just with more money.
- Understand That Working Class Means Middle Class, Not Poor
- Understand Working-Class Resentment of the Poor
- Understand How Class Divisions Have Translated into Geography
- If You Want to Connect with White Working-Class Voters, Place Economics at the Center
- Avoid the Temptation to Write Off Blue-Collar Resentment as Racism
What So Many People Don’t Get About the U.S. Working Class, Joan C. Williams, Harvard Business Review, Nov 2016.
(via Dave Pell: What the Hell Just Happened?)
Update: Read also Mike Konczal, Learning From Trump in Retrospect
« If a building is allowed to fail small, early and often; and be corrected; the building can succeed, long and large. To make a building really fit your life you have to be there for the daily fine-tuning. »
Stewart Brand, on Christopher Alexander in How Buildings Learn (BBC series 3/6)
JP Suzzarini: Les stores extérieurs à lamelles dont parle Kamasoutra sont à l’heure d’aujourd’hui une des meilleures solutions sur le marché. Tous nos voisins les utilisent à grande échelle. [x]
Maisons & Bois International: radier ou dalle ?