Scott Russell Sanders wrote an argument entitles, "The Men We Carry In Our Minds." It deals with the problems that exist between sex and social class issues. This short work demonstrates troubles that lie between rich and poor, males and females. The time period that this piece was written tells of issues dealing with the earlier part of the 20th century.
Sander's was born into a poor, low-class family that had only known hard labor.
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they saw me, because of my sex, as destined from birth to become like their fathers, and therefore as an enemy to their desires" (Sanders 518). Sanders main point was that it is easier to overcome gender than class, which is portrayed in his argument.
Sanders, Scott Russell. The Men We Carry In Our Minds. Literacies. Brunk, Terence. Diamond, Suzzane. Perkins, Priscilla. Smith, Ken. New York, N.Y.: W. W. Norton & Company, 1997. 513-518.