American Dream: Immigrants In The United States

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During the 20th century, the American dream had its ups and downs. The Depression was it main cause because of the widespread and hardship during the 20s and 30s, and it was close to bring reversed for those who were affected by it. Racial instability was still common, and in most part of the country racial violence was very popular. The American Dream gave hope to people especially me. It gave me the opportunity to achieve a better education than I had before. I have to disagree with Coates on how the "American Dream" is dead. I believe the "American Dream" still lives, because it appeal to immigrant to move to America, it strives for immigrant to achieve a higher education in America, it also provides job for immigrants.
Ever since world war II ended, little American families young American has seek to live in middle class comfort in the residential area that was built up. This was abet as a perception by the illusive victory of the Cold War. The American Dream seemed to have surviving demand to a lot of other countries. [3] In 2013, approximately 41.3 million immigrants lived in the United States, an all-time high for a nation historically built on immigration. This occurs because of the appeal of the "American Dream". The US remained an attracting place for most immigrants currently, by
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The next step to success after choosing ones profession is to start think about either going to college or to a university. One needs to chose the best university you could get into. If a school has a strong point in teaching technology and computer engineering , then the student, still has to choose the school suited for them, then chose based on the major he/she chooses. already chosen the school best suited. Thinking about the major for him/her. One should chose the college that has the best teaching experience