Half the people living under Israeli state control, Palestinians, either cannot vote or are treated as second-class citizens.
This is a second-class ticket, signorina,” he observes, “and you are in first class.
In any case the second-class ticket to Milan was €9, the first €15.
But in this theater, they are still only second-class citizens, waiting in the aisles of history.
Today, women in Russia are treated like second-class citizens.
But he was never more than a second-class workman, and he was so irregular that he could never be depended upon.
He was industrious, patient, and honest with a sort of second-class honesty.
Alongside and immediately forward of the second-class entrance was the after group of lifeboats, four on each side of the ship.
"We are going for cattle," and he took two second-class tickets for Dalby.
Another signal victory this year was School Suffrage for women of the second-class cities.
The Negro recognizes that he is a second-class citizen and that status is fraught with violent potentialities, particularly today when he is living up to the full responsibilities of citizenship on the field of battle. [Louis E. Martin, "To Be or Not to Be a Liberal," in "The Crisis," September 1942]