3 Old-Money Habits That Destroy The Middle Class

In 1895, there were 60–65 aristocrats in Great Britain who owned more than 50,000 acres of land and earned an income over £50,000. At the same time, there were 18–20 million Britons earning less than £160 per year.

Yet, this small handful of landed gentry had a major impact on aspirational wealth culture and how many people define being rich.

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