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The Death of the American Dream in The Great Gatsby
May 5, 2005
The Death of the American Dream
Webster's Dictionary defines the American dream as an American social ideal that stresses egalitarianism and especially material prosperity. This dream started as our country started. Our founding fathers had a dream of an America with equal opportunities. This dream was interpreted by those in Europe as an easy way to make money and a good way of life. Immigrants came to the United States of America in search of fulfilling the American dream they had heard of in their homeland. As America progressed the dream…
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