Why Is The American Dream Attainable

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The American dream is a term used in a lot of ways. Although research has shown that American dream can’t be attainable by most people, closer examination shows that it can be attainable by the following reasons. As Daniel J. Mitchell stated in New York Times im January 1st, 2015 “The United States is not a perfect country, but the American Dream is still a reality.” By that he meant that even with America’s Grow rate, poverty, unemployment rate in the past years and still going Americans can still chase their American dreams If we look at the history and the definition it shows that infact it is possible to attain it. American .dream is dream that can be attained by hard work; It is a dream of living a happy life; and a dream of having a happy family. American dream was first publicly defined by James Truslow Adams in 1931. Adam 's often-repeated quote is, "The American Dream is that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement." Adams said that American dream is not, "... a dream of motor cars and high wages merely, but a dream of social order in which each man and each woman …show more content…

It is not attainable for all groups of people for many reasons. For example, according to the video “Who Poisoned Flint, Michigan” "99,00 people were affected/ poisoned with the lead contamination of their water." Also if you 're an hard working person the chances are that you will make your American dream come true. But if you think that you can attain your american dream by not working hard, it is not said that all the american dreams should be identical. American dreams can vary from bring more than rich and living in a big house to an expensive car. And some people’s American dream is to live with their sanity and to live a happy life with their

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