Working class

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The working class (sometimes called "blue collar") is a general term for factory or construction workers and other manual-labor occupations filled by the lower and middle economic classes, such as jobs not requiring a college education or skills requiring manual labor.[1] A large percentage of this class has working class values that respect family, church, communities and the Armed Services.

Traditionally the British Labour Party epitomized the working class voters and, to a lesser extent, so has the American Democratic Party. But in recent years both have pushed a pro-abortion, pro-globalist agenda which alienates working class voters.

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