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Upper class
-had valuable professions in them
-very expensive
-beautiful decorations inside

Middle class
-cramped apartments

Working Class

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    This is from my chart I was working on yesterday, if you could add more information, then I would be gladly appreciated, thanks

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    Upper class? Professionals in housing???

    The middle class did not usually live in cramped and overcrowded apartments.

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    sorry, that one was supposed to go in earning a living, I meant to say that had valuable luxuries in them.

    Middle class housing:
    -mainly lived in cottages, stone houses

    is there more I could add to this?

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    I think that's enough.

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    thank you

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    You're welcome.

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