The American Dream and Poverty
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For your follow up post…review the responses provided by your peers. Engage in conversation, or even civil debate, as you discuss their insights and viewpoints. You may ask questions for clarification (if you are confused by their initial post) or pose questions that advance the conversation. You might even find a topic that leads you to further research in the area!
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After watching Children on Poverty, discuss your opinion about the American Dream and the resources deficit mentioned by sociologist Dalton Conley. In this discussion forum address the following question:
Is it possible for those in poverty and the working class to pull themselves up and achieve a piece of the American Dream?
Children on Poverty Video
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