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Pamela Adlon plays a single mother to three girls in the series Better Things, which premieres Sept. 8th on FX. Colleen Hayes/FX hide caption

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Actress Pamela Adlon Says 'Better Things' Is Dedicated To Her Daughters

Adlon's new FX series is based on her own experience raising three girls as a single mom. Her daughters are "very much a part" of the show, she says.

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Actress Pamela Adlon Says 'Better Things' Is Dedicated To Her Daughters

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The media have used a variety of epithets to describe white working-class Trump supporters. Linguist Geoff Nunberg says these terms embody the class contention that is central to this year's election. Dan Bannister/AWL Images RM/Getty Images hide caption

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A Resurgence Of 'Redneck' Pride, Marked By Race, Class And Trump

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