Work is the scourage of the drinking class
I lived in Anderson Township for 10 years. They have an imaginary set of railroad tracks that divide the people. There is certainly an area that is white collar and educated versus the side that more blue collar. Those on the wealthy side don't want to see the integration from my point of view.
This is true but you also have both combinations in both schools. I went to Anderson and lived at the bottom of Salem which was peppered with money areas and I guess you would call where I lived upper middle class.