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| December 11, 2015

Class segregation was apparent in mid-twentieth century Britain insofar as:
a) middle class owner-occupiers moved into the inner city through gentrification
b) working class communities formed in the inner cities, while the middle classes moved out to the suburbs
c) the middle classes lived in the countryside while the working class lived in the city
d) the upper and middle classes dominated public space, while working class people were more home-centred

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