The subjects of judges are illustrated by what they look like in comparison to criminals who are not valid citizens. As people who do not know how to make intelligent decisions about people the middle class looks like every intelligent life that has been dangerous; that is what they are to society. That is why we keep our military cut off from public life such as courts and politics and like watching cops do dumb things with inept confusion about safety. It is why films of the kind common in America are about Spartans and gladiators who fight to the death for the culture and liberties of the province they are from. In Ronin 47 samurai abdicate their role in a province of Japan to carry out a suicide mission for their dai.
The university that I was invited to does not allow the middle class - it is needs blind and does not accept scholarships. After learning the capital and export economy of every country and scoring 100s on the quizzes about the entire experience of anything that my history teacher knew enough to bring up, I was invited to Vassar College because of my adequate admission and connections of the President of the college. They are a vast liberal arts campus that turned down an invitation to the Ivy League. Their culture is one of understanding the kids who have their own truths as to how they came to find the campus appealing.
The original middle class is the poorest people in ancient Greece. They were the inhabitants who had to fight wars at the front lines with spears perpetually being thrust into the enemy contingent. When Greek civilization invented the shield the fighters became capable of important force on the battlefield. They were organized into the phalanx and with interlocking shields pushed the enemy phalanxes into slipping out of place. With sustained stabbing into the enemy forces the Greek soldiers could finally gain some political power with their newfound importance.
The Greek civilization was not one of modern influence and customs. The women of ancient Greece had a position of no more social prominence than slaves and each school of thought was highly regulated with mandatory respect to the gods and deference to more established figures. The invention of democracy had only caught on in Athens and kings wielded absolute power. Royalty would pettily constantly subject the Greek states to strife and wars for personal enjoyment.
The middle class has never had an interest in personal resolutions or exchange. They have always incited strife toward individual conflict. Their pursuit of favor is at the cost of reasonable discourse. They acquire power by distorting the academic establishment and confounding the rationales of assemblies. They don't deserve to live in a state.