Rethinking Race, Class, Language and Gender.

Study pages 55-87 of the book Rethinking Race, Class, Language and Gender.
In discussing Stuart Hall’s formula, “race is the way that class is lived,” Howard Winant contends, “what we really have to think about more deeply is the actual lived experience, the patterns of inequality, and the patterns of exploitation that exist” (qtd. in Orelus 82). Using your own analysis and quotes from the book, explain Winant’s assessment of Hall’s formula.

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