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It think the American dream is a reality, or more precisely, the possibility of it is a reality. I had the following experience when I lived in Austin, TX. I was open up a checking account at one the smaller local banks and while I filling out the paper work the bank officer pretty much told me the story of her life.
The woman was the daughter of Mexican migrant farm workers who worked in the fields in Texas. She and her brothers and sisters sometimes worked beside them but she said her parents made sure that their kids took advantage of the education opportunities in the schools that were sometimes provided for the migrant workers kids.
Then, obviously, when she grew up, she was able to getting a pretty nice middle class, white-collar job at a bank that allowed her to send her kids to college. Her daughter had graduated from college and had been accepted into medical school and between loans and scholarships, what the mother could provide and some assistance from her employer, the bank, her daughter would be able to go.
So in a couple generations the family went from being migrant farm workers to producing a doctor. I saw that kind of thing with a fair number of third-generation Mexican-Americans in Texas. I had a friend with a similar story. Her grandparents emigrated to the U.
Then her parents started a small tortilla business out of their home that grew into a large and very successful tortilla manufacturing business. My friend is in the process of getting her Ph. That it is always at least possible here.
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and in a ﬂash the dream becomes an act 5/5(2). A Social Commentary Associated to the Ideology of the American Dream Through the Character of Jurgis in The Jungle by Upton Sinclair ( words, 3 pages) The JungleThe Jungle chronicles the life of main character Jurgis Rudkus, upon his immigration to the United States.
Gentleman Of The Jungle Critical Analysis. Force The Jungle Critical Analysis The Jungle by Upton Sinclair is a powerful piece of classical literature. Indeed, it is arguably Sinclair's most famous of all prior and latter works of art due to the simple fact it had such an impact on the meatpacking industry.
Sinclair based his attack on capitalism on his belief that capitalism violated essential American values. Sinclair believed that socialism was the means for American liberals to achieve most fully the ideals they embraced.
Sinclair abhorred the exploitation of the working class and economic inequality.