idi_amin asked this question on 5/2/2000:
I would like an individuals perspective of The "American Dream" that can express the importance of religious freedom and how America helps facilitate these freedoms. Also what uniqueness that the United States presents to fullfill the American Dream and why is United States a better place to realize and fullfill the "American Dream" and what exactly do you believe the American Dream to be. I'm doing a paper for my Enlish class and I would like an inteligent perspective, and thats why I'm asking you. If you have any personal stories that I could use that propose your realization of your American Dream because of some uniqueness that the United States had to offer I would like to read about it. Thanks.
trippyn gave this response on 5/4/2000:
What is the American Dream to me? Well, I suppose that it would be that I have the ability to not only provide a living for myself and my family, but that I also have the ability to better my situation if I'm willing to go the extra distance. I don't think any other country makes it as easy as America to try something new. There are so many grants and loans available to help the lower classes. Now, as for Wicca...not many countries are as religiously tolerant (at least on paper). So long as an individual is willing to bear the critism of others they are free to be different. I hope that this helps you. If I can be of any more assistance, please let me know.
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