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SUBJECT AREA Literature
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 12th January 2017
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The puirsuit of Dreams is heavily connected with Democracy

Sandra Cisneros: The House On Mango Street. | Does the family of Esperanza achieve their dreams? Write a five paragraph essay arguing that persuing the dream of prosperity is heavily connected to democracy / social attitudes. You might give a briefly definition of what democracy is. You might like to watch/ listen to Obama's Farewell Speech, 4-29 minutes.
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