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|is not that often successful on foreign soil, but their offspring have a much better |
chance. Some women, judging ... After all, “American dreams are strongest in the
hearts of those who have seen America only in their dreams.”1 For some it turns ...
|Holmes, Oliver Wendell In every American there is an air of incorrigible |
innocence, which seems to conceal a diabolical cunning. - Housman, A. E.
American dreams are strongest in the hearts of those who have seen America
only in their ...
|American dreams are strongest in the hearts of those who have seen America |
only in their dreams. I first met Maung-Maung as I stumbled off a sixteen-hour
thirdclass overnight train from Rangoon to Mandalay. He was standing outside
|This edition is fully annotated with a fine Introduction incorporating new interpretation and detailing Fitzgerald's struggle to write the novel, its critical reception and its significance for future generations.|
|To be a hope made it unique and uniquely strong, since Americans ''by choice'' |
would not let others destroy what ... and computer experts from St. Petersburg or
Bangalore, faced with terrorism that destroys their hopes, feel united. ... 31
Europeans thought Americans have a special reason to love the country that is
theirs not only (if at all) because ... as proof that America was a concept, more
than a country, capable of fostering such fond loyalty in the hearts of those who
make it theirs.
|Mr. Speaker, Mr. President, Members of the House, Members of the Senate, my |
fellow Americans: All I have I would have ... He lives on in the hearts of his
countrymen. ... No words are strong enough to express our determination to
continue the forward thrust of America that he began. ... the dream of equal rights
for all Americans, whatever their race or color—these and other American
dreams have been ...
|And frankly, I had one side of the aisle just sit on the sidelines as the crisis |
unfolded. ... had taken that position, just thinking about what was good for my
politics, millions more Americans would have lost their jobs ... I ran for President
to keep the American Dream alive in our time, for our kids and our grandkids and
the next ... No matter what the economists say, it's not a real recovery un— til
people feel it in their own lives, until Americans ... All those tough steps we took,
|But just how central? ... Remarkably, nearly all Americans will at some point |
during their adulthood become a home owner. Fifty-six percent of Americans
have purchased a home by age 30, 74 percent by age 35, 84 percent by age 45,
and 89 percent by age 55. ... Yet it is also the case that 88 percent of these
individuals will return to home ownership ... events that can seriously shake the
social and economic security of a household, while striking at the heart of the
|Twice in 30 years we have built up military establishments which made us the |
strongest country in the world. ... N these days of uncertainty and stress,
Americans must keep faith in themselves. That is our first and foremost need. For
more than 150 years the American dream has thrilled the hearts of men in every
part of the world and moved their minds ... We must not only let others see our
freedoms, but we must, directly and through the United Nations, help others attain
or retain them.
|whether fulfilled, shattered, or still in my heart. ... Others are Americans, or people |
from other countries like France, Germany, etc. ... I found them to be not only of
greatest interest, but also fittingly appropriate to the main theme. In my mind, I
have seen in all those things a strong connection with dream builders and dream
killers What might have a certain ... Even though there might be a lot of
subjectivity in my personal observations as an immigrant who has lived in the
United States for ...