Can Failure Lead to Succes?
May 10 2013
Annotated Bibliography The articles that were assigned to us by the teacher mostly talk about of the American Dream. The information cover by those articles let us know how people see the American dream back there and now. The facts in each article show us how many people still believed in their American Dream. How it has come in a different perception to the young generations. Smith, Ned. “The New Definition of the American Dream.” Yahoo! News. Yahoo!, 22 Sept. 2012. web. 10 Feb. 2013 http://news.yahoo.com/defenition-american-dream-105253284.html “The New Definition of the American Dream” is about how people now days have a different point of view in this type of discussion. Ned smith, a business new daily senior writer states that the American Dream is not longer powerful as it was once. Almost two-thirds of Americans think that the American Dream has change. They think the community and the family has something to do with it. Religion is another point of why the American dream has been changing. Achieving it, has become more of a challenge. This article shows the exceptionalism of the American Dream. The majority of older generation still thinks that the American Dream is unique. Even though, it also has being questioned by younger generations. O'Mara, Richard. "The evolution of the American dream." Christian Science Monitor 29 Sept. 2008: 9. Gale Student Resources In Context. Web. 12 Mar. 2012.
Bibliography: O&apos;Mara, Richard. "The evolution of the American dream." Christian Science Monitor 29 Sept. 2008: 9. Gale Student Resources In Context. Web. 12 Mar. 2012. Berman, Russell. "Only 1-in-4 see American Dream as still there for all." Hill 20 Oct. 2010: 1. Gale Student Resources In Context. Web. 12 Mar. 2012.