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Everyday students work vigorously to secure academic success They frequently set goals for themselves and strive to reach them The American dream is like a grade which a student works hard to receive It is a goal that one sets for himself The dream just like the grade may not always be easy to achieve but through hard work and determination anyone can live out their dreamsAs people travel across the Atlantic from Europe they look out and see the Statue of Liberty holding her radiating torch of freedom The new immigrants are about to step foot in America home of the free and land of opportunity Many people who come to America or who are born Americans have a dream of what life will be like in this wonderful country Envisioning that dream is like painting a beautiful picture - freedom prosperity and success all contribute to peoples vision of being a happy American By viewing the American dream of St Jean De Crevecoeur Dr Martin Luther King Jr Iola Leroy and the Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions one is able to see how different each one of us is and how many dreams are really out thereSt Jean De Crevecoeur wrote about the American dream as a positive experience De Crevecoeur came to America from Europe around 1754 America to him was a fresh sheet of paper on which one could start a new painting of the good life In America one has rights Americans can originate from anywhere and still be called an American De Crevecoeur holds this fact to be of the utmost importance Not only are Europeans for example allowed to come to America but they are also welcomed with open arms They can live a life here that they only dreamed of before They are now free to follow their own self-interest and work for themselves People traveled to America to find riches and success and
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