Research Paper On The American Dream

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The American Dream The American Dream is a more than a dream; more than a hard work to win lot money, The American Dream is a hope to every new immigrant in U.S.A. When we talk about The American Dream, also we talk about freedom. Freedom is the power to respect human rights that humanity has, people does not leave the country originating from them because they want, if not because they go in search of their rights, and therefore respect life. For these reasons, years ago, a statue of freedom for all was built. The statue has a crown symbolizing a radiant halo. The seven points or rays represent the seven seas and the seven continents. My position on the American dream in life is that there not will be a dream for everybody, neither all the dreams to just a person, each person has the opportunity to fulfill the…show more content…
As the poem by Emma Lazarus says " Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door" she means that everyone is received in the country, from the poor without success to those who have been enslaved, with the help of this country they will be able to enhance their glances and find a new life expectancy. Americans are proud to have such a big and strong country with which care for thousands of immigrants without benefit from them. Is so glorious that Walt Whitman wrote a poem called "I Hear America Singing" where there is a part that Americans are manifested positively saying "The day what belongs to the day-at night the party of young fellows, robust, friendly, Singing with open mouths Their strong melodious songs. "because they are happy to be a country where they help to people, because they will be rewarded when we say that USA It is a country that respects you as a citizen and you have

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