Differences In S. E. Hinton's Book 'The Outsiders'

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In S.E Hinton's book The Outsiders, If there wasn’t a difference moneywise between the greasers and the socs they might be friends. Money separated the socs are higher class and are treated differently. For example, if Bob and Johnny were friends then Bob might not be dead as well as Johnny and Dally. Because then there wouldn’t be a reason for Ponyboy and Johnny to run away. So that would save at least three lives just with a change in money. The greasers and socs aren't friends. This is because the greasers have less money and are more grateful for it. While the socs are more selfish and expecting. What I meant by this is that the greasers do not expect nice clothes and cool cars while the socs do. Another example is, if the greasers and
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