1. Failing and Finding the American Dream
Angered by the gap of the American Dream and his own reality, Al Capone's dream was to achieve success any way he saw fit, which was the start of him engaging in criminal activities in a land in which he deemed as an "unjust society". As many can see, various people from many backgrounds sought-after the American dream for both selfless and selfish purposes. ... The "American Dream" of Chris Gardner's is one that is beset on all sides by the inequities of the many unruly circumstances in the world. ... In conclusion, the reality of the American Dream is the essenc...
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- Grade Level: Undergraduate