The American dream

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6. Kasper Phan, Laura, Line og Christian

6.1. The American Dream

6.1.1. Independence Self sufficient / Self reliance "Can-do"-spirit

6.1.2. Mobility Social Physical

6.1.3. Self improvement

6.1.4. Rags to riches

6.1.5. Individualism

6.1.6. Immigration Search of better living standards Search for freedom New opportunities

6.1.7. "Equal opportunity for each according to ability"

7. Emma, Sissel, Mads & Mathias

7.1. Freedom

7.1.1. Race or ethnic origin

7.1.2. opportunity

7.2. Independence

7.3. Money

7.3.1. Work

7.4. Optimism

7.4.1. Hope

7.5. Immigration

7.5.1. Search of a better life

8. Magnus, Mads A, Nikolaj og Frederikke

8.1. Freedom

8.1.1. Opportunities "Can do" spirit Equality

8.2. Right to be who you are

8.2.1. Hope and optimism

8.3. A better, richer and fuller life

8.3.1. A dream of social order in which each man and woman shall be able to attain to the fullest stature Respect people as they are

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10. Freja, Thilde, Simon og Søren

10.1. Religious freedom

10.2. To get succesfull in life

10.3. To be in control of your own destiny

10.4. Equality

10.4.1. To be yourself

10.4.2. Equality of oppertunity

10.4.3. Getting rid of "social monarchy"

10.5. A new start

11. Rasmus, Oliver D, Mikkel

11.1. Opportunities

11.1.1. Freedom of speech Start from the bottom --> to an empire Religious freedom

12. Mads L, Sara T og Andreas mindmap

12.1. Topics - The American dream

12.1.1. Freedom Lawlessness The second ammendment Freedom of speech

12.1.2. A new start Immigration Refugees Immigrants Poverty Sickness The melting pot Assimilation The salad bowl Opportunities

12.1.3. Social mobilty Every broke man can become rich

12.1.4. Physical Mobility

13. Emma Laursen, Khang, Magnus Daniel and Marius

13.1. Freedom

13.1.1. Freedom of speech

13.1.2. Individualism - The right to choose your own political and religious opinion

13.2. Equality

13.2.1. Everyone gets the same opportunity to grow financially and socially

13.3. Liberalism

13.3.1. You're your own success

13.4. The American dream is the belief that all citizens and immigrants of the United States through hard work and willpower regardless of social class can improve their lives.

13.5. The American Dream is the belief that anyone, regardless of where they were born or what class they were born into, can attain their own version of success in a society where upward mobility is possible for everyone. The American Dream is achieved through sacrifice, risk-taking and hard work, not by chance

13.6. A dream of social order

14. Zaki, Sarah, Milton, Schmidt

14.1. Religious freedom:

14.1.1. Having the rights to choose your own belief and practising it as long as it doesn't go against the laws. Religious freedom also applies to atheism. Many immigrants chose to move to the states specifically because of this freedom

14.2. Having a fresh start

14.2.1. Most of the pioneers from other countries searched to get a new start in life. They saw an opportunity to start a whole new life in a different place. There could be many reasons behind this fx bad living standards in their country of origin.