Daniel Thor Verkest
Dr. Violeta Sánchez
12 March 2016
The American dream is that anyone can climb the ladder of social mobility
The American Dream & Education
The American Dream has been defined as success to being equivalent to how much that person is deserving of it, the result of a persons self sacrifice rather than relateing to the social advantage which is not equal. So, it can be considered unamerican to think that your social and economicl status will control the life of an individual and hard work can be more important than exterior variables. The American Dream gives reasons for what we belief in freedom of choice while this is idealized, it gives hope for the people who struggle not just with difficulties, but also with prejudice and being excluded every day. The American Dreams main statement is that sacrifice will eventually go in to the life one has always desired, has proven to be unreliable. While some of the assumptions are relatively true, some factors like extreme poverty and racial discrimination can be overlooked, even if they create situations where the scarcity of circumstances that makes it possible is common.
The important thing to remember is that the social class bears a strong result in the life of human beings, before making the idea of a truth on the American Dream. The social wealth status can be defined as how people think, behave, and what outfits people choose to wear. When a person has a lot of money, which, can usually affect such things as where they eat, shop, education level, and occupations. Furthermore, it can also affect the person one mite chooses to love, the outlook they have on their own life, their friend they chose, and their health condition. Then one starts to question if either Americans are able to forge their own future or question how valid the American Dream truly is.
Critics of the social structure have a theory that the meritocratic system of the United States has been swarmed...