A class system is inevitable. Its most odious form can be found in any communist ‘paradise’, a fact well described in Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four. Changes in the Australian class system are surprisingly going down that path.
The outward difference between the Australian (and NZ, US and Canadian) class system and the British is the lack of a titled aristocracy, despite the efforts of the father of freedom of our press, William Charles Wentworth.
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