‘Class-passing’: how do you learn the rules of being rich?

On an October night in 2003, a flat tire changed Muhammed Faridi’s life forever. Faridi was 20. An immigrant who’d moved from a small village in Pakistan to Brighton Beach, Brooklyn when he was 12, he split his time studying at City University of New York during the day, and driving his dad’s cab at night to make money.

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