American Dream

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Diego Salinas

Ms. G. Ramirez

English 1302

March 24, 2014

The American Dream

Today, many people migrate to the United States of America in search of the American Dream freedom, equality, and the ability to achieve personal goals that would of not been possible on their homeland. The American Dream is the pursuit of prosperity and opportunity that drives people to push their own limits and persevere in order to lead successful lives and achieve whatever goals they set. The American Dream is a reality that every citizen of the United States of America has the opportunity of its achievement no matter what prejudices they may face, depending on their perseverance and luck. However, The American Dream does vary between age group even social status yet the same principles can still be seen in all type of people.

What could be said about all age groups is that all of them want "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" as Americans this is something that we have grown up knowing and what people around the world hear.

This one of the many reasons why we have people all over the world immigrating to the United States. My father at the age of thirteen knew the only way to have a successful life was to remain in the United States and to keep studying. He knew that The American dream was a blueprint, a way to support his family and in creating a new family here. That he would be able to provide everything his family needed and more. He knew that such thing could be accomplished if he just believed he could. "Seeing my parents suffer raising me and my 5 other siblings was my motivation to get out of this type of lifestyle and to strife for...