The American dream has always represented a better future for the next generation. The American dream is now in crisis due to the economic turmoil. We are increasingly judging people based on one aspect of their lives, which is both dangerous and unhelpful.
The evidence in the novel and the text, however, are not easily accessible or available to everyone. This article was written three-years after the Economic recession and was therefore not easily accessible to the general public. This raises questions about what the American Dream really means. The Voices Against Conformity text does not serve as a guide in this context.
The American Dream has become a dream no longer, as evidenced by Ari Shapiro’s article “The American Dream Faces a Shocking New Reality.” His article shows the decline of Lorain, Ohio, which was once a dream city. More people believe that the American Dream is not real. Mitt Romney, for example, argues that only in America could a father become governor.