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And both the haves--as those with power, authority and or money--as well as the have-nots can display these characteristics.
The percentage of Americans perceiving themselves to be have-nots rose in the 10 years between the initial 1988 survey and 1998, while the percentage choosing neither dropped.
But the report said across Britain "the upward trend masks a widening gap between the haves and the have-nots.
In fact, the only way the Have-Nots would be able to buy such gifts would be by selling an arm or a leg or, at the very least, a kidney.
Among the have-nots is everyone else -- people who work in the private sector, without job security and with much lower pay, longer hours, fewer holidays, a higher retirement age and monthly state pensions that are one third of the amount paid to the privileged classes.
A chapter especially devoted to the river's mouth considers not only the natural gulf itself, but the gulf as a metaphor for the gulf between engineers and naturalists, America's haves and its have-nots.
On the surface it was all about the haves and the have-nots.
The records of the ultra-conservatives show a consistent and growing schism between haves and have-nots and a disdain for the American Constitution when it suits their purposes.
The supply base is becoming a world of haves and have-nots.
Nor is it exactly clear when or how reformers lit upon whiteness as an ideal means for addressing the two great disparities that Sallee claims defined the New South, namely the gulf between white haves and have-nots and the tension between North and South.
However, since "the treaty was signed in 1968, there has been an ongoing struggle between the nuclear haves and the have-nots," Archbishop Migliore observed.
Such a culture of the haves and have-nots affects students' learning and self-esteem.
The percentages of Americans in each group who define themselves as have-nots are at least twice the percentages who live below the official poverty line.
These findings reveal a dramatic split "between the haves and have-nots," said Jordan Goodman, a financial analyst for the Index, in a statement.
Many political economists have written extensively about the increasing chasm in the black community between the haves and have-nots, but this has been done with charts, graphs and statistics.
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