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A Raisin in the Sun's Issues

Summary: One reason Lorraine Hansburry wrote this novel was too inform people who have a good life how some people live. Not everyone is short on money and has unfulfilled dreams. This story does inform us about how some people do live. It shows us what life is like for some people and how they would like to improve it.
There are many issues in this story that everyone needs to consider. There are issues for both African American and all families in general. Not every family will have to deal with everyone of these issues as some families are better off then others. Some families are not as fortunate and are more troubled less more of these will apply to them.

There are a good amount of issues in this story that are relevant to just African American families. When the Youngers want to move to Clybourne Park they meet troubles. Apparently Clybourne Park is a white neighborhood and the Youngers are not wanted because of their race. It would be very stressful on a person to endure something like Karl Linder coming to your house representing the Clybournce Park Improvement Association practically saying your not wanted. He stated that the C.P...

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