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Indeed, the humanities have sometimes done a good job of producing a class with some socioeconomic diversity. But it is a class nonetheless. Roman boys (of a certain social background) labored under the rod of the grammaticus because their parents wanted to initiate them into the community of Virgil readers - a community that spanned much of the vast Roman world, and which gave the bureaucratic class a certain cohesion it otherwise lacked. If the bet were on political affiliation, the payoff would be almost guaranteed. As teachers, what humanists want most of all is to initiate their students into that class.