The following essay attempts to determine what it means moving to the United States today in an effort to achieve the American dream, as well as the myth surrounding its true benefits.
The American Dream
Length: 4 pages (1034 Words)
The American Dream is commonplace in the aspirations of many learning and working American citizens today, but viewed differently. Even though viewed differently by numerous American citizens, their versions of the American Dream have similar elements. These elements largely rely on the context of a person’s place of residence and social position. For instance, when founding father Jefferson composed the Declaration of Independence, he was part of the newly independent America’s elite. Jefferson desired freedom for all true Americans, which was mostly subject to white families that owned large tracts of land. On the other hand, King’s version of the American dream entailed freedom and equality between African Americans and whites. The following essay attempts to determine what it means moving to the United States today in an effort to achieve the American dream, as well as the myth surrounding its true benefits (Smith 71).
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