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The American Dream as Thomas Jefferson drafted in to the Declaration of Independence it is the Pursuit of Happiness Speth The American Dream in the roaring 20s was one of hard work and thriftiness but as our society changed so did our idea of the American Dream The American dream in the 1920s was one of hard work and thriftiness Warshauer because people believed that hard work and perseverance would allow them to achieve their idea of the American Dream Jay Gatsby spent his whole life gaining his fortune partly though illegal means to someday get Daisy He spent his whole life thrifty and hard working for one thing Daisy only for Daisy to side with her husband This signifies how in the 1920s people were willing to work hard for something and spend their entire working life to achieve that goal Our time has lost that will we are just out there for the easy moneyIn current times people are less willing to actually work at something to achieve their American dream People are used to the easy money of lotteries or game shows and most are not willing to actually work at something Warshauer People are willing to sue major corporations over their own mistakes hoping to make their millions to achieve the American Dream The American Dream has sure changed over the past 90 years it has gone from hard work and thriftiness to philosophy of get rich quick Warshauer People are less willing to put in the hard work they just want to get rich quickOur American Dream is now trying to take the easiest way possible to obtain the illusive American Dream people will side step their moral and social boundaries to try to achieve the American Dream As Warshauer said in the Article who wants to be a millionaire Changing conceptions of the American Dream the easy way further erode the ethic of work and self-reliance that
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