The American Dream

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  • Author : John K. M. McCaffery
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 626 pages
  • ISBN : 978186723xxxx
  • Rating : /5 from reviews

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Luisa s American Dream

Luisa s American Dream
  • Author : Claudia Mills
  • Publisher : Four Winds
  • Release : 06 July 1981
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Cuban, Catholic, and poor, 14-year-old Luisa Ruiz wants the American Dream and finds it the form of a young WASP with money and sophistication. To win his love, she lies about her background, and then discovers he's not what she wants after all.

Race Sport and the American Dream

Race  Sport  and the American Dream
  • Author : Earl Smith
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 06 July 2022
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"Race, Sport and the American Dream is the culmination of a five-year research project investigating the scope and consequences of the deepening relationship between African American males and the institution of sport. It examines how sport has changed the nature of African American civil society and has come to be a major influence on economic opportunities, schooling, and the shaping of African American family life. The book probes the broader socio-cultural milieu surrounding the dialectic of African American athletes and

Re American Dream

Re  American Dream
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 06 July 1995
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"Every socially responsible architect should peruse (this book), and (it) should be made compulsory reading for every, public housing official and developer" -- Michael Webb, L.A. Architect

The American Dream and the Public Schools

The American Dream and the Public Schools
  • Author : Jennifer L. Hochschild,Nathan Scovronick,Nathan B. Scovronick
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 21 October 2004
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Examines desegregation, school funding, testing, vouchers, bilingual education, multicultural education, and ability grouping. These seem to be separate problems, but much of the contention over them comes down to the same thing: an apparent conflict between policies designed to promote each student's ability to pursue success and those designed to insure the good of all students or the nation as a whole. The authors show how polices to promote individual success too often benefit only those already privileged by race

Expanding the American Dream

Expanding the American Dream
  • Author : Barbara M. Kelly
  • Publisher : SUNY Press
  • Release : 01 January 1993
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Much has been written about the housing policies of the Depression and the Postwar period. Much less has been written of the houses built as a result of these policies, or the lives of the families who lived in them. Using the houses of Levittown, Long Island, as cultural artifacts, this book examines the relationship between the government-sponsored, mass-produced housing built after World War II, the families who lived in it, and the society that fostered it. Beginning with the

The American Dream vs The Gospel of Wealth

The American Dream vs  The Gospel of Wealth
  • Author : Norton Garfinkle
  • Publisher : Yale University Press
  • Release : 01 October 2008
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Norton Garfinkle paints a disquieting picture of America today: a nation increasingly divided between economic winners and losers, a nation in which the middle-class American Dream seems more and more elusive. Recent government policies reflect a commitment to a new supply-side winner-take-all Gospel of Wealth. Garfinkle warns that this supply-side economic vision favors the privileged few over the majority of American citizens striving to better their economic condition. Garfinkle employs historical insight and data-based economic analysis to demonstrate compellingly the