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What is the American dream Some people say that the American dream does not exist anymore because it dated all the way back to the 1600s People in the 1600s started coming up with hopes and aspirations for the new and unexplored continent The peoples dreams were focused on owning land and establishing businesses In addition people in the great depression even use to write about the American dream A few centuries later the new American dream turned into anyone can be successful if they work hard and that everyone has the potential to live a happy and successful life Some people nowadays still believe in the American dream others believe that the American dream is just an illusionThe rich still believe in the American Dream because they are still living outside of reality The American dream does not compare to the American reality at all The way I see the way America is the rich just get richer and the poor just get poorer On the other hand the American dream in reality to people that are normal believe an American dream is getting a successful job that is secured making over 50000 dollars a year and having a home People view the American dream differently from other people I believe that is because of social differentiation Social differentiation is a process in which people are set apart for differential treatment by virtue of their statuses roles and social characteristics In addition to saying that people who have lived and grew up in the American dream still believe in the American dream because they have all the money they want from their parents to start their American dreams also will not have to start out their American dream with a debt like the people who did not grow up in the American dream On the other hand the people who have the status poor or medium class have a much harder time getting
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