The American dream is a constantly fluctuating set of ideals, reflecting the ideas of an era. With America being seen as the land of the promise, the American dream is commonly associated with the freedom and opportunity of gaining wealth, fame, power, glory, and happiness. On the surface, this dream seems almost ENCHANTED,offering people the unprecedented prospect of achieving success regardless of oneâ€™s race, religion, or family history. The American Dream is exactly what it appears to be the opportunity of perfect LYING just around the corner. But the very nature of this fantasy prevents the enjoyment of the success one has earned, as the temptation is always urging one to work a little harder and gain a little more. The American Dream destroys any opportunity of COMPLACENCY and does not show its own UNFEASIBILITY. The American dream is interwoven and deeply embedded in every fabric of American life.
>>>The American Dream: Is it worth it?<<<
The American Dream: Is it worth it? â€œYou can do anything you want to do, if you set your mind to it.â€ This phrase gives children a false comfort and reassurance that they can be whatever they want to be. Little boys grow up dreaming of professional Basketball and little girls may dream of being supermodels, but these dreams will most likely never come true due to their given situations. America is a free country, where â€œall men are created equalâ€, people do not have equality. Some are stereotyped according to race, sexual preference, religion, sex, or even weight. Even in the words of the Declaration of Independence, it is men who are created equally, not women. Little girls, who dream of being president, have to face the fact that their country has never had a female leader. In reality, this country has not fully realized its potential for equality. The government does not fully represent the people of which it governs. Why does this happen in the land of the free, this place we call home, this America? The â€œAmerican dreamâ€ is a large part of the problem. It governs the way the society operates and how Americans view each other.
>>>The American Dream is seriously flawed<<<
The American Dream is seriously flawed. The presentation of the ideal of the American Dream is a mixture of contrast and confusion. There are two sides to the Dream; one is the idealised version, which indicates that the Dream is about belief in immeasurable possibility, that there are no limits to what can be achieved. This allows people to be free from whatever limits life imposes on them. Another side is the materialistic element, which states that the American Dream is solely based on getting rich, the â€˜rags to richesâ€™ ideal.
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