Add to that 19% the 20% who think that they’re moving into the top 1%, and the Reagan-Bush era suddenly begins to make more sense, in a perverse sort of way. But there’s also the countervailing phenomenon — family members of mine who, while not in that 1%, are nonetheless comfortably upper-middle class, will respond to the expression “working class” by saying “that’s us. We work; we’re the working class.”