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Essay | The American Dream

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of The American Dream.
This section contains 617 words
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The American Dream

Summary: Any dream in which you are not happy can be considered more or less as a nightmare. The "American dream" is a happy one that has the potential because in America, things like advancement in society are possible. Although it takes many forms, this American dream is not found in any book.
Virtually anyone who's ever thought of living the good life has thought of the greatest life ever. We think of a life with endless possibilities, wild parties, going to clubs, having money to go crazy with, and just hanging out without a care in the world. When I think about it, most of my friends believe that a life of no worries and work, a life without the curse of responsibility is the "American dream." To me that dream has changed as I have matured. To me, the "American dream" is a life of happiness, a life without worrying about the financial problems that come up, and that you are successful at what you do.

Any dream in which you are not happy can be considered more or less as a nightmare. The "American dream" is a happy one that has the potential because in America, things...

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This section contains 617 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)
Purchase our Student Essay on The American Dream
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