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American dream is a belief from most of the American, which is hard working can be success. According to international data about American ideology, about 60% of American thought people remain poverty because their personal problem such as lazy and lack of willpower rather than discrimination and lack of opportunity in society. However, the fact is that in some situation, working hard does not lead to success because of the problem of inequality in different groups. The main problem that hinder the poor pursue the American dream is economic inequality which is the economic difference between the rich and the poor. In the U.S, the gap between rich and the poor is big. The richest 20% of people have almost the same income as the remaining 80% of people. The way to measure what is success is by the income of the people earned. The rich can be success easier than the poor. The poor cannot get the equal opportunity like equal schooling. They usually go to the school without good facilities while the rich can go to the good school and enter college. And they are more likely to drop out school, and then the cycle of poverty is continued. The examples from the film “Wading a Living”, the poor people were working long time a day, but cannot make enough money to support family. One lady believed having higher education can get more money in the future, and then change their live. It is true that education can help her reach American dream. The data from U.S Census Bureau about median earning of full time workers show that the higher education received the higher earning the people got and the parents had high education, their children more likely to have high education. To hinder the poor group pursue American dream is economic inequality because they are poor and they do not have enough resource to support themselves to leave poor.

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