The Jungle What exactly is the American Dream? In the contents of The Jungle in the early 1900s century the American dream was a thought up lifestyle that the immigrants lived by to keep their life going whether or not they were actually living the American dream. Before immigrating to the United States they were told upon arrival that their life would be filled with luxury items, work would come easy and pay well, and their children would grow up living a life worth living. They came to America with this dream of good life and a good government that would protect them but in reality it did the exact opposite. But the dream was never actually crushed even with all the hardships they have endured, they had a preconceived notion that the American dream was still achievable and if they worked hard enough good things would happen. This was not the case for many immigrants during the early ninetieth century especially Jurgis and his family. The American dream was always achievable in Jurgis’s mind, after the wedding when they were left with the large saloon bill Jurgis says he will work harder to earn the extra money. There might have been times where doubt surrounded his head but he always tried to pick up the pieces and make life as best as he could in the terrible environment of Packingtown. The American dream was far from reached for many immigrants in the ninetieth century but the thought kept them moving still trying to pursue that dream. The Jungle by Upton Sinclair was published in 1906 based off real lifestyle event that Sinclair witnessed while writing the novel. Once Sinclair found a declared publisher and the book was published it became an instant hit. The book portrayed real life experiences that related to all the people who worked in factories and industries. It made the public realize the hardships the factory workers were encountering and was an inspiring story for all other immigrants in the United States. The fact that the book took the factory workers lives and put them all into reality made it an instant success. All the people reading this book around the United States became aware of the harsh conditions the industrial workers were enduring. The book was a success if you look at the income and viewer ratings but that wasn’t was Sinclair was after. The whole point of this book was to stop the hardships in the factories by portraying what was said to be the American Dream. The public started to outcry of the meatpacking industry and The Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906 was established, but this did not protect the lives of the…
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Franklin with American revolution
France gave the U.S to maintain the solvency of the United states in six years during the war. French government gave the United States economic assistance, including grants, loans and gifts. French government grants and loans during the American revolution were won by Franklin, diplomat to French during the war.
From the beginning of the Revolution, the continental congress always needed money from oversea…
The Jaliscienses and The American Dream
March 31, 2014
Throughout the history of California, hardworking Jaliscience immigrants have decided to leave their homes in search of the American Dream in California; coming into the state legally or illegally. An American Dream that has only been achieved to some extent, and may never be a complete achievement due to differences in ethnicity, culture…
mind when asked to describe the essence of America – its energy and
innovation; the various freedoms that Americans enjoy; the racial and ethnic mix of its people.
But perhaps fundamental to the essence of America has been the concept of the American Dream.
It has captured the imagination of people from all walks of life and represents the heart and soul
of the country.
The American Dream has served as a roadmap for how we often envision our lives should
play out. The rules of the game are well…
The United States is always the one to help when foreign countries are in need of assistance. Opening doors and opportunities for anyone. However, not all people are welcomed under certain circumstances. They desire a better life, jobs, education, and social freedom. Itching to live the American Dream immigrants find ways to enter the “Promise land”. Dealing with this as a country, the United States work harder and spend more trying to keep illegals out and protect our country from any illegal activities…
person born in the United States or a U.S citizen (legal) and first language spoken English. Everyone has their own ideal of what an U.S American is, many believe in the American dream and have freedom to a curtain extent. Outsiders not born in the U.S wish to be a part of our culture because America offers the best education, lifestyle, government, and money. Americans live the best compared to other countries and get benefits that are a privilege not a right.
An American dream is something everyone…
what ever is necessary to come to a country where you can reach the American dream, although like any dream there is articles and paths that you have to go through. My dream started from the arrival to the big city, the expectations I had and the dream who was not as bright as it seem.
I was twelve years old when my dad who I had just met, went to pick my brother, my four sisters and me from Guatemala to take us to the United States of America. At the beginning I was scared and did not want to go…
enemies of the United States of America in close combat.
I am a guardian of freedom and the American way of life.
I am an American Soldier.
The most important part in the Soldiers Creed more me in this moment and time is I always maintain my arms, my equipment and myself. For if I didn't have those things I could put my self in danger or some other of my battle buddies. If you grew up like I did in a Christian family, or even if
you didn't, I'm sure you heard about the scriptures that…
unprofessional, “cultural” foods are treated as exotic past times, and the vernacular of people of color is ridiculed and demeaned.
using someone else’s cultural symbols to satisfy a personal need for self-expression is an exercise in privilege.
African American Vernacular English (AAVE) is consistently treated as lesser than Standard English, but people whitewash black slang and use expressions they barely understand as punch lines, or to make themselves seem cool.
But there needs to be some element of…
The American dream is the reason why thousands of people come to America in order to achieve their dreams of a better life and success. In America people can become success or never reach their goals this is the reality of the American dream, which most people do not reach their goal. The dream is supposed to be fair for everyone but certain circumstances make it uneven for most people and give advantages to a few. This belief of anyone can become successful make American appealing to many…