What Does the American Dream Mean to You?
Our film Two American Families chronicles the Stanleys and the Neumans of Milwaukee as they struggle for two decades to make ends meet — only to fall further behind. It’s a familiar story to so many Americans over the past two decades.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline … an-to-you/
What Will Americans Of The Future Look Like?
But the overarching weirdness of these kinds of images really comes from the idea that a "future person" will be a blend of the existing ethnic phenotypes in a given country.
http://io9.com/5482465/what-will-americ … -look-like
I thought the comments made by people at the first website was profound "What Does the American Dream Mean to You?"
What I found interesting about the second link was what is it about those people in the future that are supposed to be mixed breed going to be able to get along with one another because they look alike? Down through the years I have seen reports where identical twins get tired of looking like one another.
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