The American Dream in Early American History
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This paper examines how the American Dream varies in the written works of Christopher Columbus, William Bradford and Benjamin Franklin. Each individual's outlook is considered in detail, particularly in light of their reasons for coming to America. The paper concludes that the American Dream came to be associated with material pursuits and not with just religious freedom or religious crusades.
From the Paper:" As most people are well aware, the American Dream varies in the minds of writers depending upon the author in question, the author's circumstances, and depending upon the motivation of the individual. With this in mind, the ensuing paper will look at how the conception of the American Dream varies in the written works of Christopher Columbus, William Bradford and Benjamin Franklin. Columbus, if our sources are accurate, was a devoutly religious man - and a subject of devoutly religious leaders - who saw America as a promised land within which the Spirit of God, and whole-sale..."
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