How Do You Define Upper Class?


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Lovika Grover Profile
Lovika Grover answered
Upper class is a social class of the more wealthy members of society, in particular those who have immense wealth, have power over businesses or clutch large numbers of stocks and shares. In short the class occupying the uppermost position in the social chain of command is the upper class. The phrase upper class refers to a set of people at the top of a communal hierarchy. Often members of a higher class do not have to labor for a living, since they are supported by earned or inborn investments. Members of a superior class often have power over over other natives as employers or landlords or from time to time as members of administration.
Historically, members of a higher class often did not have to labor for living as they were supported by inherited wealth although members of the higher class may have had less actual money than merchants.
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Wardie answered
Very rich people who are superior to members of the Working and Middle classes.

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