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What symbolizes the American Dream ?

Par   •  24 Septembre 2018  •  801 Mots (4 Pages)  •  627 Vues

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AN EXEMPLE OF A PERSON WHO HAS REACH THE AMERICAN DREAM

John Daviso Rockefeller n was born in 1939 in New York in a popular middle. He grows in the poverty. Since hi childhood, John a Rockefeller has set himself the goal of becoming a great businessman. He was already determinated. He beggins to earn money in small business ( raising turkeys, lending with interest a dollors to his friends ). Then, is increasingly intersted in factories, railways and the organization of banks. After, becames one of first to preserve the future of the oil industry. He created an immense trust whose development contributes to the transformation of the United States of the twentieth century. In 1862, he founded his first oil company and created then the Standard Oil Company. It’s then that John Davison owns one bigest fortune in the world. Indeed John Rockefeller represents the American Dream because through his hard work and determination he had overcome poverty and beacame the symbol of Capitalist success. He said « I do not think that there is any other quality so essential to success of any kind as the quality of perseverance. It overcomes almost everything, even nature.

A VIDEO WHO SPEAK OF THE AMERICAN DREAM

In this video seven persons speak of the American Dream and what is it ?

Thomas Bailey an world war II veteran, Anthony a student, Anh Lewin a vietnam woman, Chris Deans a black youth Pastor and dad of 3 children, Aidan Brown a young boy of 9 years old, Victor Rosado a machine shop supervisor and Jean Farnsworth a retired Administrative Assistant give their opinion on this subject, so we have many opinion from people of all ages. Good viewing !

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