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Is the American dream available to everyone why?

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April 02, 2008 6:13PM

is the American Dream available to everyone

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It represents the disillusionment of the American dream, a theme common in American literature. It shows that not everyone in America is able to achieve the American dream.

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Not at all, the American dream differs from person to person, in the end i think all we strive for is being content.

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American Airlines AAdvantage is availalbe to everyone who signs up and flies with American Airlines.

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"The American dream of rags to riches is a dream for a reason - it is hard to achieve; were everyone to do it, it wouldn't be a dream but would rather be reality."

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When an American person has a dream, it is called an American Dream!

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He showed that the American Dream wasn't possible for everyone.

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American Dream - 1981 American Dream was released on: USA: 26 April 1981

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The American Dream is of a society in which everyone gets to enjoy reasonable political liberties such as the right to vote (etc.), and in which ideally everyone has a good job and is prosperous enough to buy a house, a car, a TV, and other necessities and luxuries of life. Happy people in a happy society.

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what does the American dream have to do with of mice and men

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. The increase in income available for consumerism The growth of household incomes

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The increase in income available for consumerism The growth of household incomes

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Most people dream every night, but not everyone remembers that they had been dreaming.

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The idea that everyone had equal opportunities no matter what there social status, race, or religion was.

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the American dream is about freedom, liberty, and prosperity.

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Yes. It should be - The American Dream.

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In 1931 James Adams came up with the idea of the American Dream. Everyone can live a rich life, opportunities abound and the barriers of the past are not hampering progress. By the 1950's that dream changed to a house in the suburbs, a white picket fence, 2.5 children and a dog. By now it has changed dramatically and can hardly be called the American Dream any more

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Everyone has dreams - just not everyone REMEMBERS them.

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The American dream is very important. The American dream is to have fair rules and to have freedom. Our dream is too try to make children live an easier and fairer life. The American dream is to let people have their rights. The American dream is also used to help children have a bigger and brighter education. The American dream is for people to have freedom and to ease life. It is for people to stop being slaves. It is to have no more rulers. The American dream is also to stop having kings and for them to stop being lazy and have other people do things for them, and for the ruler to treat everyone fairly. The American dream gives people their rights. It lets everybody live in peace without those really harsh times. It gives people options and let's people express their selves. The American dream is for children to live a better life then our parents did. It is for everybody to have the chance to be intelligent. It is for schools to treat students better in the future. These are some of the idealistic values of the American dream- it's up to you to decide haw these idealistic values are associated with the materialistic- that is; are all of these ideas being put to use today, or are they illusory? Is the american dream just that- a dream?

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what is the educated in American dream

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I'm living the American dream!

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An American Dream has 270 pages.

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I feel yes it is because people i know have a dream and they are and have already done what they were going to for there American dream and most people don't have just one American dream. There are many interpretations of the American dream, and many authors that have wrote about it. you will meet many people that believe in it, and many that don't. James Truslow Adams wrote, "life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement" regardless of socialor circumstances of birth." I hope this helps you to decide.

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if the American Dream were a real fact, what would it look like today? Or can we still believe in an American dream?

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On TV and radios people talked of the perfect life. with the small house big another for the whole family in a town where everyone knows everyone.