Discuss the American Dream

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The concept of the American Dream is embedded in the fabric of this country. For this response, craft an argument and develop a claim regarding what the American Dream is today and how it might vary based on race, class, gender, education, sexuality. You must address at least one of these categories in your paper. If there is overlap between two categories (say, race and class or gender and sexuality) you may address how those factors interact.

Note: To answer this question, you must craft a working definition of the American Dream and this definition must be supported by evidence. However, claiming that the American Dream is “different things to different people” is not arguable. Be sure to craft a definition of the American Dream that can be supported and debated. 500 words

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School: UCLA

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Running head: THE AMERICAN DREAM

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The American Dream: Illusion or Reality
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Institution

THE AMERICAN DREAM

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The American dream is defined as that dream of a land where life is better, richer and fuller for
everyone, with opportunities for individuals according to their abilities or achievement James
Truslow (1931). The American Dream is not just a dream of financial independence, but a dream
of a society where each man and woman is able to achieve the fullest stature which they have an
inborn capability for and receive recognition from others for what they are regardless of their
race or position. Is the American Dream an illusion or reality?
Since its inception, America had been embedded on the cornerstones of competition and
success which is emphasized by the American Dream. I believe that the American Dream is a
reality....

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