People are hidden behind theories that shape the U.S. However, behind those theories are people’s deep story. Everyone has a story behind who they are and what the believe in. Sharon describes the deep story as “reflects pain; you’ve done everything right and you’re slipping back.”(Page 14) From my understanding of a deep story, a deep story is something that people hide to protect them. They use this as a way to cover their rights and for personal protectionism.
No matter your race or social-class people judge everyone. However, people of the higher-class tend to get more judgments towards them. People who have money are stereotyped.