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People and Society, Social Structure

wage earners, class system, middle class, century, population

Traditionally, Uganda’s different ethnic groups followed highly varied systems of social stratification. In the 20th century the country’s social structure evolved into a class system dominated by a small, educated middle class consisting mainly of professionals, wage earners (principally working for the state), and a small number of commercial farmers. Most of the rest of the population consists of poor peasant farmers.



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