What do you mean by ‘class’? | Richard Seymour for The Guardian UK

Class is a tricky subject in any country but especially in Britain as well as the rest of the continent. Generally speaking Americans don’t have the same residue of a true aristocracy that many of our contemporaries do. Class for Americans is something that is considered flexible not stagnate . This piece goes into the in’s and out’s of a Britain that is evolving a new social consciousness in a nation so tied to its patrician roots. Read Richard Seymour’s article for The Guardian here.