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"When i've got a bit cash, i purchase books. And if any is left, i purchase foodstuff and clothing." - Desiderius Erasmus those that proportion Erasmus

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IfI get out ofwork at noon, I go out for a couple beers before I go home ...

In other words, their definition of morality overlaps with, but also differs from, that of whites. However, as 28 THE WORLD IN MORAL ORDER Chapter 2 will show, blacks are not about to yield to the notion that they are less moral than white people. PROVIDING FOR AND PROTECTING THE FAMILY A tall, overweight, and bald white man, Jim Jennings works as a foreman at a tin factory in northern New Jersey. He lives in the same house as his in-laws and has raised his family on the second floor of a singlefamily home located in a neighborhood where residences are separated by narrow driveways.

9 They also put less emphasis on socioeconomic criteria than professionals and managers. The main difference in their boundaries is not so much that workers stress moral criteria more than professionals and managers do;IO instead, they are more exclusively concerned with them. 11 Also, upper middle class men emphasize some dimensions of morality, such as self-actualization and conflict avoidance, that are of little interest to workers. In contrast, workers place more value on straightforwardness and personal integrity than do the upper middle class.

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