Today David Ortiz is known as “Big Papi” because he is big in his career. For me someone who had lived and achieved the American Dream is my paternal aunt, Danilda Adams, who from when she was little she was a hard worker. When she came here she was 27, her dream was to always be someone, and to own her own things, so she could see herself as an independent and successful woman. Knowing all of experience and dreams, she always tells me to move forward, and seeing her achieving her dreams, encourage me to not stop, but to keep fighting for my dreams. My American Dream is to become more successful everyday, to obtain a bachelor’s degree in business
Is the American Dream Still Possible? There are 318.9 million people living in the United States and every citizen has the desire to fulfil their own American Dream. The traditional American Dream is a common concept known by all citizens but is viewed differently by each individual. Every American is different and believes they can be granted their dream or denied it. The American Dream means having the chance to live your dreams and committing yourself to the country that grants you so many opportunities.
The American dream is still alive, and will continue for many years to come. The point in the American dream is to start a new chapter in your life, and knowing that thousands of immigrant are trying their best to become a part of this country it’s clear that the American dream is still alive because of these immigrants are willing to come here, knowing that they’re unfamiliar what’s around them is difficult . For example, in the story “America and I” the author talks about how she arrived in America with millions of other immigrant and how she work hard to be a part of the American dream. Working from job to job trying to earn a living here, while being harshly afraid and abused from society. Even what was happening she was finally able to achieving the American dream.
According a Point Taken-Marist Poll, sixty-nine percent of American adults nationally believe in the American Dream’s attainability. Fifty-eight percent also see it as attainable for, not only themselves, but for everyone in America (4/5: American Dream). Every American citizen has their own personal opinions and capabilities, which can change their interpretation of the American Dream. Rene Zografos, a journalist for the Huffington Post, wrote “Americans will always be dreamers, and I mean that in a very positive way because dreamers are the hard workers.” (Zografos) From some perspectives, however, you could argue the American Dream is not tangible anymore. Not everyone is able to achieve their own American Dream.
The Progressive era became an iconic time that would not exist if the U.S. was not a democracy. Individuals became empowered to change after seeing all the problems that industrialization created. Progressive era reformers in the late 19th to the early 20th century believed in constructing a new order to improve American welfare. During the progressive movement many progressives such as Robert F. La Follete and Jane Addams sought to generate reform for fairness and to enhance moral values. As a civic duty, progressives such as W.E.B Du Bois fought against the racial injustice in America as well as establish a new order to create a more virtuous society.
On Socialized Healthcare Free healthcare for everyone! Promises like this for socialized healthcare have been made by politicians like Bernie Sanders, have sparked movements in the US, and have been implemented in many countries. Now what is “socialized healthcare”? It goes by many names: single payer healthcare, universal healthcare, and my least favorite, free healthcare. At its core socialized healthcare means that the government pays for the people’s healthcare.
Dream come true for any family from third world country, to be a Permanent Resident of United States of America, to achieve better living standards, having an access to quality education, first class infrastructure, hospitals, homes, good neighborhood and most importantly to live an American Dream. “The American Dream is attainable, and everyone can succeed with hard work and determination. John Winthrop also wrote about this term called, American Exceptionalism. This ideology refers to the idea that Americans are the chosen ones, and that they are the light.” They, shaping America great again every era, create the destiny of youth. First six months of Presidential, it will be difficult for any individual to complete his promises
Living the American Dream For over decades now many people from all over the world travel to America, to pursue the American dream. The American dream, gives hope to those who seek opportunity and a new life of fulfilment. The idea of everyone having equal opportunities to seek out their own desires and to succeed in life is known as the American dream. Everyone has their own aspect of the American dream, for example most might view the American dream as buying a house with a white picket fence or just having wealth and enjoying life. What we know for sure there is no exact words to describe the American dream.
Print. As a minority student, the author provides a first hand experience in the education system and its barrier. Many minority students have the hope to complete their American Dream throughout their success in education. The author is one of the many students who have this hope and cannot achieve it because the education system in the nation is broken down. This source underlines the importance of overcoming the barriers they might face in the system.
I use to be cautious and reckless until I promoted to middle school. I remember that I was a very nice student, but I've changed I'm more of a person that doesn't really care that much about people like I did back then. Back then I was a hard working student, but i got older and became much more lazier than I was back then. I’ve changed in many ways but only mentally not physically. As can be seen I’ve changed over all when i entered middle school.