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The American Dream is different for everyone though it is most commonly associated with success freedom and happiness The concept of the American Dream seems to have dwindled from where it was in the past few generations It has gone from success freedom and happiness to having lots of money and the nicest possessions It has been said that Americans are no longer trying to keep up with the Joneses and instead looking at celebrities and the characters they portray in films or on television and therefore expect to have greater more expensive possessions Americans today do in fact look at celebrities and the characters they portray and expect more possessions but also still do try and keep up with the Joneses Ever look at your neighbors new car and want one of your own It is still very common to see your neighbor pull in their driveway with a new Porsche Boxster then look at your Honda Accord LX and think of going and getting a nice new car that is comparable to the Porsche There is no standardized description of being rich Some people see money as the only way of measuring how rich someone is whereas some dont even see money as a factor in the equation How to measure wealth is up to each individual When one thinks of the American Dream thoughts of success come to mind When one thinks of success it not only refers to ones financial status but also socially and in health Thoughts of freedom come to mind As our Star Spangled Banner tells us America is the land of the free and the home of the brave Freedom is often associated with America Also happiness comes to mind when referring to the American Dream With all of this success and freedom how can you not be happy in America All of these aspects of the American Dream are debatable They do not all have to
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