Based on the situation, Paul Krugman, the economic teacher at Princeton and the winner of Economics of the Nobel Prize inTamara Draut, the director of the Economic Opportunity Program at Demos, and The Economist, a London-based weekly publication that is read by business, political and financial decision makers, all of them state a common point that it is harder and harder for people to achieve the American Dream now It has changed immensely since then.
Have you ever had accomplishments that you wanted to achieve but people were getting in the way of them? Someone else always had more. What once may have given people ambition and zeal has transformed into a superficial and consumerist ideal.
My family was one of the many immigrant families who attempted and fortunately succeeded in crossing over the border. Finally, the "Dream of Novelty", in which ever-changing fashions, new models, and unexpected new products broadened the consumer experience in terms of purchasing skills and awareness of the market, and challenged the conservatism of traditional society and culture, and even politics.