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We're in a bit of a pickle in the Wagner discussion page. The issues concerns Social class (sociology) and the phrase supposedly common Germanic past and has now been dismissed by some editors as inconsequential.
At the end of the Wagner discussion page (under Edit War solution topic) there issome suggested courses of action that I was requested to list, from my point of view. Please help. Just take fast look. Thank you
In the introduction, removed as non consequential
- In his own era he furthermore provided the newly emerged middle class with a medium to transfer its familial and political conflicts into a myth of supposedly common Germanic past.
In the Biography chapter removed as non consequential
- Richard Wagner was born into a lower middle class family
User:Major Torp (talk) 15:20, 7 November 2011 (UTC)
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