California, a Place, a People, a Dream
California, A Place, a People, a Dream
In “California, A Place, a People, a Dream,” James J. Rawls gives his version of the
California dream, and describes the paradoxes that are associated with that dream. According
to Rawls, the California dream is a love affair with an idea, a marriage to a myth, or fantasy.
(Rawls 22, 23) Everyone has their own version of the California dream. It might be something,
or nothing at all.
As I began reading Rawl’s essay, I found...
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