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White trash is a slur  used in American English to refer to poor white people, especially in the rural southern United States. The label signifies a social class inside the white population and especially a degraded standard of living. The term has been adopted for people living on the fringes of the social order, who are seen as dangerous because they may be criminal, unpredictable, and without respect for political, legal, or moral authority. In common usage, "white trash" overlaps in meaning with " cracker ", used of people in the backcountry of the Southern states; " hillbilly ", regarding poor people from Appalachia ; " Okie " regarding those with origins in Oklahoma; and " redneck ", regarding rural origins; especially in the South. Scholars from the late 19th to the early 21st century explored generations of families who were considered "disreputable", such as The Jukes family and The Kallikak Family , both pseudonyms for real families.
Trailer trash is a derogatory North American English term for poor people living in a trailer or a mobile home. In the midth century, poor whites who could not afford to buy suburban-style tract housing began to purchase mobile homes, which were not only cheaper, but which could be easily relocated if work in one location ran out. These — sometimes by choice and sometimes through local zoning laws — gathered in trailer camps, and the people who lived in them became known as "trailer trash". Despite many of them having jobs, albeit sometimes itinerant ones, the character flaws that had been perceived in poor white trash in the past were transferred to trailer trash, and trailer camps or parks were seen as being inhabited by retired persons, migrant workers, and, generally, the poor. Trailers got their start in the s, and their use proliferated during the housing shortage of World War II , when the Federal government used as many as 30, of them to house defense workers, soldiers and sailors throughout the country, but especially around areas with a large military or defense presence, such as Mobile, Alabama and Pascagoula, Mississippi.