What Is Steinbeck's Proof Of The American Dream

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Steinbeck thinks that the American dream is continuing moving to somewhere else. Steinbeck realizes that Americans have had a hunger to go somewhere else for millions of years. From the beginning of his journey, Steinbeck is proof of this -- he always wants to keep going and see more of the United States, instead of staying at home and enjoying the life he has. He also says that roots have become meaningless to Americans, because of the urge to move to other places. For example, when Steinbeck is parked in the mobile home neighborhood, the people living around him say that they would rather live in a mobile home than have roots because it is more convenient and they are able to visit more locations. Steinbeck agrees that the mobile home is
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