Can someone do my what is the American dream essay?





Directions- essay should be at least 3 paragraphs (intro body conclusion) The American dream shapes all of American history. It is the foundation of the core believes and values that all Americans adhere. Explain what the American dream is and evaluate whether or not the American dream still exists. Do you think it is still possible for all Americans to achieve the American dream?



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3 Responses to “Can someone do my what is the American dream essay?”

  1. tramline says:

    It’s really an essay about your own perspective of what is the American dream. Im not going to write the essay for you but I can tell you my point of view of the American dream. I personally think tat the American dream is to have a house, a car and a successful career. You should read the book “death of a salesman” it would really help.

  2. spinelli says:

    Sorry, but no. We cannot write your essay for you. We are here to HELP you not to do it for you.You have to write the essay all by yourself. Oh, and what do we get for writing a 3 paragraph essay? Yeah, we will get 10 points, but we’re doing ALL of the work and you’re doing nothing.You’ll be writing your name on it for something you did not do.This can be considered as plagiarizing. This should help you write your essay –> [external link] …Edit- DO NOT copy the essay someone posted on here. They plagiarized it themselves.That essay came from BookRags. [external link] …There is a site out there teachers can use to type something and see if it is plagiarized. If you are caught, you will face severe punishment such as failing the assignment,grade, or possibly the course.They will also put it on your academic record which does not look good when looking for a college.Plagiarizing is not the answer and it will get you into serious trouble. In addition to those consequences, you could get suspended.I can’t stop you from doing this, but I suggest to do the work yourself.Also, look at the bottom of the page. You’ll see that it’s Copyrighted. That means that the author has full rights and anyone that copies it could be charged with a crime of theft. I’m just warning you about this with another user giving that essay to you. I just want to make sure that you just don’t copy and paste it without knowing the consequences.However, you can take some ideas from that site, but DO NOT copy the whole thing.For example, the American dream is having full freedom and no responsibilities.

  3. seminiferal says:

    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 like advancement in society are possible. Other countries do not have equality among their citizens. In America you actually have a chance in which you can advance to the next level and become more than just poor. To me, this dream represents a happy life that includes all your friends and family, the people who stick by you to keep you safe, to give guidance, and love you for the rest of your life. If someone were to have asked me ten years ago what I thought was the “American dream” meant to me, I would have started to sing ” Sunshine, lollipops, and . . .”, I think you catch my drift. The key to living a happy life for your dream is to work hard and to love everyone because they will love you back more. Although the greatest dream would be to have no responsibilities, but that just is not the case. My view is that to get the “American dream” you have got to work for it. Once you have worked hard enough you will forget to check yourself every now and then because you are a success. Having a successful business, or position, or whoever and whatever is what I see as the “American dream.” If I want to earn big I have to work hard in what I do. Sometimes people forget that for you to achieve your “American dream” you must avoid the cliché that the dream will be a miracle that will fall onto your lap. I just want to work hard to earn more, this way I know I truly deserve the “American dream.” Lastly, although I hate to say it, my “American dream” does include me being in a very good financial position. Money is what makes the world go round, plus the sun’s gravitational pull and other scientific facts, but that does not matter. Everything has a price whether it is a car, a house, food, water, etc. You can not control it, but it’s easier when you are able to say that “I am financially stable, I can buy what I need and not worry if there is enough for food and bills.” That just is not the truth though. My “American dream” is not just to have money, but to not have to worry over the fact that I don’t have it. The “American dream” is full of surprises. For some people it includes flashy cars and big money, but for others it can be as simple as to having enough money to buy yourself a little something and not worry if there is enough for the necessities. The simple dream is not asking for much, just for an understanding. This “American dream” is one that contains less stress, to be able to live your life the right way, happy.