American Dream Essay | Student Essay

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The "American Dream"

Summary: Attempts to describe the meaning of the American Dream. Describes life in the United States and compares it to life in other countries. Examines the American system of government.
What does American Dream really mean? The answer to this question depends on who is being asked. Someone born and raised in America, knowing no other way of life is going to feel differently about this subject than someone who has lived in a third-world country his or her entire life. Most Americans take advantage of the conveniences that are afforded them, yet a fairly large amount doesn't appreciate the fact that not every country has such amenities.

In almost every house within the United States, there is clean water, waste management, a source of heat and electricity. Through an American's eyes, these things are not viewed as being an extravagance; they are looked at as a necessity. It is just understood that these things will be there when needed, and is not even given a second thought.

An immigrant coming from a poor country...

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