Title: A Fake Promise
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Even with hard work and determination the majority of Americans are without the American Dream. They are burdened with the hardships of poverty and poor education without a choice. Even the Americans who have been blessed with the American Dream are some times short in understanding what they truly have...
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In all reality the American Dream is nothing but a myth, a fake promise, and a lie of attraction.
1. "Census Bureau Reports Poor Two-Parent Families Are about Twice as Likely to Break Up as Two-Parent Families not in Poverty," New York Times, January 15, 1993, p...
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