The United States of America, land of the free, home of the brave, but also the one and only place where you can find the American dream. The United States still gives the chance to everyone who makes it to this land to attain the American dream. The first chance if you’re young enough is when you go into our public school system and you get the chance at a scholarship to college, to which for most people “going to college” is the American Dream because the education provides with a decent job and money. There are other ways to get to the American Dream such as going into one of our higher paying job opportunities. There are even ways to go from “zero to hero” (Hercules reference) like going from the lowest job in the store too eventually being the manager of the whole thing, here in The United States of America it is possible to rise through the ranks when given the time to do so. The American Dream is still here and there are still many ways to get to it. To begin this “argument” on whether the American Dream is still made here in America and not in Vietnam or some other country, we can look at our education system. Education too many people is the American dream because it can give you a job and it can give you Knowledge. The education system of The United States may seem to be inferior compared to the school systems of places like South Korea and many other developed countries that have high standards for their students. But not all the kids in those countries have a shot at going to school which makes our country different from theirs, not all kids in these countries have money to go to school or they don’t live near one, which is what makes our country far different from these others. Our public school system is free and widespread which gives every child a chance at getting the American dream. ”We can make sure that every child in America has a decent shot at life, and that the doors of opportunity remain open to all,” (Barack Obama Keynote Address Page...
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