The American Dream compare and contrast essay with “I Have A Dream.”
“I Have A Dream” is like an American dream in many different ways. When you think about the American dream there could be a hand full of different thoughts to what that could be. Well I have analyzed on what those possibility's could be for us. The main idea for “ I Have A Dream” speech, The American dream, and then similarity's and differences between “I Have A Dream” speech and the American dream. These three topics will show you the dreams and wishes we have for America.
America was going through some tough times for the blacks in the 1960's, so someone had to do something about it. Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech “ I Have A Dream” to say to others what was going wrong in America. The black people were still not freed yet in the 1960's and Martin Luther King Jr. had to do something about that. His speech had changed many peoples ways in thinking just because you might be a different race doesn't make you different to the others. Martin was trying to say that just cause you skin is a different color shouldn't mean you should have different rules then the rest.
The American dream from today might be different from the 1960's. In the 1960's they probably thought that a black person would never be a president for the United States, but that has finally happened. Freedom is the key even tell today we have issue of freedom with are government. What I think is that freedom is always going to be a issue that we will have to work on. Sometimes I just wish that everybody could get along so that there would have to be issues. History will probably repeat it self and are government will try taking over, but no we will fight we the people own this land.
Martin Luther King Jr. was trying to speak to everyone to make them understand. Everyone's American dream is different it doesn't always have to be so big it can also be small. The topic that really sticks out to me about “I Have A Dream”...
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