The cubicle class

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Few ideas are more dear to Americans than the belief that they live in a society free of class, and nothing in modern times has done a better job of putting a lie to that myth than the COVID-19 pandemic.

America can now easily be divided into two classes: the cubicle class of white-collar workers who once occupied offices but are now working comfortably and safely from home, and the service class out of work or forced into duty as essential to meeting the needs of the cubicle class:

The janitors, building maintenance personnel and receptionists; the cooks and wait staff in the corner restaurant; the bartenders and servers at the after-work watering hole – most of them now out of work.

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