William Julius Wilson determines life chances and the important factors of social class. He is a Black man from Harvard University. He wrote a book called "Declining Significance of Race". Wilson has many arguments, he argues that the city has low skilled people with low income, while the suburbs has more high class opportunity and so the suburbs have more high class people. He also argues that addressing the needs of the underclass cannot be based only on race, instead he says " it's quite clear to me that we're going to have to revise discussion of the need for WPA style jobs. Only these more structurally based programs, open to all in need, are likely to garner political support among the majority and to address the deep-seated problems that changes in the global economy have wrought"(Time, June 17, 1996:57). He also argues that the civil rights needs to be... [continues]
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