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Brandon King redefines the american dream as ' the potential to work for an honest, secure way of life and save for the future ' (573). Do you agree with King's redefinition? how does this affect his argument? do you agree with King's assessment ? article (Question_1)
Paul Krugman states that while some might argue that income is irrelevant as long as we have social equality, social equality is currently non-existent (p587-p588).
What examples close Krugman provide to make this point? do u agree with his assessment ? does income inequality lead to social in equality? article (Question_2)
Social Equity And The American Dream
Length: 2 pages (550 Words)
I agree with the king’s redefinition of the dream, which is “the potential to work in an secure and honest way of life and save for the future.” It is clear that nowadays the Americans are working with an aim of elevating themselves from poverty. Their goal is becoming a middle-class level in the American society. The people in America are focusing on their retirement hence having financial security and securing a residing place. They have realized that from the redefinition of the dream, they do not have to depend on luxurious life such as having expensive cars and homes.