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How has the American Dream changed over the past 100 years?


 

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    Dr Billy Kidd 5 years ago

    Cre8tor, the idea you're pursuing here might be summed up as: American's sense of individualism is now as sense of complete self-absorption. I think it holds for a lot of people, like that 50% who do not have to worry about the next rent payment.


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    Dr Billy Kidd 5 years ago

    Yes, "settle" is not in the vocabulary of love anymore. The world changes fast. The "rules of love" you grew up under no longer apply when you reach adulthood. So, you learn to negotiate with each new relationship like the whole thing was new.


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