Topics: United States, Free education, Barack Obama Pages: 2 (687 words) Published: January 10, 2013
Who would think the American Dream isn’t possible?
“There’s no reason why we can’t restore the basic, American promise that if you work hard, you can do well.” (Kunhenn, 2012) America is a land with a lot more opportunities and freedom than any other nation. There’s no excuse not to achieve ones dreams in this country. The American dream is still universally available for anyone to achieve; it’s still possible because it has been done many times, we live in a free country and anything is possible with hard work.

The American dream has been accomplished many times over. Many millionaires made their money by researching their dream because nothing was handed to them. Just by coming to this country one is achieving a dream because you’re moving to a country with more opportunities. To achieve the American dream, you have to work for it. Becoming successful is something that can’t just be handed to one. Oprah Winfrey is an example of someone who had nothing handed to her and worked hard for what she has today. She started off in a poor family who was struggling and now she’s one of the richest women alive. She had a dream of becoming a business woman and she achieved it by making billions of dollars today. She most likely wouldn’t have been able to do that if she lived someplace else. In America there are many college and business opportunities that still make the American dream possible.

Living in America, there is no excuse not to achieve your dream because we live in a country of freedom. Many people have easily achieved the American dream simply by taking what they want seriously. There are plenty of opportunities in America for jobs and education unlike other countries. Especially with free public education until one is 18 “America is about earning everything you got.” (Kunhen, 2012) Unlike other countries, we have freedom to do many different things. We have the right to vote, have a free education and freedom of religion. We have a say in how we want...
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