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 AMERICAN DREAM
Definition:
the ideal by which equality of opportunity is
available to any American, allowing the highest
aspirations and go

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AMERICAN DREAM Definition: the ideal by which equality of opportunity is available to any American, allowing the highest aspirations and goals to be achieved personal dreams: freedom, self-fulfilment. dignity, fresh start economic dreams: prosperity, success, no poverty, progress Social dreams: equality, classless Society religious dreams: religions freedom in a " promised Land" in which they were God's chosen people, exceptionalism political dreams: democracy national identity : patriotism, freedom, individualism, mobility, optimism, flexibility Englisch ABI "From zero to hero" "From rags to riches" Historical background / Important Data 1492: Christopher Columbus discovers America. From then on, Spanish and Portuguese adventurers came in search of gold and other riches. Only later did explorers come to settle down and live in the "New world". 1607: Jamestown, Virginia, one of the earliest successful settlements in America 1620: the ship " Mayflower" lands in Cabot Cove. Puritans from Great Britain settle in Plymouth Bay, Massachusetts 1623: New York ( first called New Amsterdam, being a Dutch settlement) founded 1630 Boston founded 1755-1763: The French and Indian war, France loses its possessions in North America to the British 1773: "The Boston Tea Party" - clash between American settlers and British troops because of plant 66 taxation. " No taxation without representation" was the slogan to explain refusal to pay tea tax 1775: Boston massacre: Five people killed in Boston by British soldiers 1776: Declaration of Independence signed on...

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4th of July written largely by Thomas Jefferson of Virginia together with 4 other statesmen called the Founding fathers 1783: Treaty of Paris - the thirteen colonies gain independence from the British crown 1789: The Constitution (4th March) passed by Congress (= House of Senate and House of Representatives) 1791: The Bill of Rights which consist of 10 amendments (= Zusatz) to the Constitution, is passed (e.g. First Amendment: freedom of speech; Second Amendment: the right to bear arms because there was no army yet) 1861 -1865: War of Secession (Civil War), end of slavery in the South 1886 Statue of Liberty opened Statue of Liberty started in 1875 by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdie in France Finished and shipped to the US in 1885 located at the upper Bay of New York Harbour dedicated in 1886 with height 302 ft and weight 225 tons The Declaration of Independence was approved by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776 was made up of representatives of the thirteen colonies much of the text, written by Thomas Jefferson, justifies the split from Britain the declaration mentions the Independence of the 13 States from each other as well as from Britain today July 4th remains an important holiday although the true meaning is often lost in the hype Manifest Destiny belief that it was America's mission to to democratize the world in 1839 he declared the US "the nation of the future" whose fate was "to manifest to mankind the excellence of the divine principles, to establish on earth the noblest temple to the worship of the most high- the Sacred and the True" Uncle Sam a very popular nickname for the American government It was first used in the war against England in 1812 in a derogative way is a bearded man dressed in Stars and Stripes the american government used Uncle Sam in order to recruit volunteers during WW1 & WW2 Frontier originally referred to the line of settlements moving westward → settlers lived on a very small stripe of the east coast; → There world ended in the Northeast in the latest at the Mississippi the West was an unknown and unexplored country people started to explore the west by fighting against the natives (war) speed of conquest Rises by exploring the way to the Pacific in 1890 Today the myth of the frontier is kept alive in American culture e.g. in literature and films John F. Kennedy used the term in a speech for a space mission →"Go West, young man" The Puritans a social and religious movement mend wizard in 16th and 17th century protestantism puritans wondered to cleanse the Church of England from the remaining in friends of Roman Catholic papism wished to read the Bible literally and purify its message the Puritans shape many aspects of the American Civil religion: virtue, integrity, education, work, individual freedom and communitarianism tell play an important role in everyday life Individualism central concept in the way American see themselves and are viewed by others the idea of self-reliance and responsibility for one's own fate Has shaped American culture since the 17th century if a person is given the freedom and opportunity to develop he/she will necessarily prosper "if you work hard, you prosper - if you fail, it's your own fault" Multiculturalism originally referred to Canadian and Australian minority policy in the 1970s became rather popular as feminists, gays and lesbians, and members of ethnic minorities Sheldon the traditional North American and western Europe cultural preeminence the two competing Concepts in the multiculturalism are assimilation and pluralism Melting pot was used as a metaphor to describe the United States first denoting that all immigrants gave up their original cultural identity to form one homogenous American nation Immigrants can "melt" into American nation, so that a single great culture emerges from it like a salad Bowl: the different cultures enrich each other - without, however, abandoning the individual cultures and ethnic identities American Pizza There is one white base on which different types of meat, vegetables and trimmings are added, so some parts are stronger and determine the character of the pizza others are scarce and simply at collar and spices to the main flavour of the National pizza Truman Show The Truman Show is a TV classic all over the world. Since his birth, Truman Burbank has been the main character of the show without even knowing it. Producer Christof designed an artificial world in which Truman is watched by thousands of cameras 24 hours a day. His wife, friends and relatives are all actors in order to prevent the facade from falling apart. However, in episode 10 909 there are several accidental incidents that make Truman suspicious and he tries to escape.

American Dream

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 AMERICAN DREAM
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AMERICAN DREAM Definition: the ideal by which equality of opportunity is available to any American, allowing the highest aspirations and goals to be achieved personal dreams: freedom, self-fulfilment. dignity, fresh start economic dreams: prosperity, success, no poverty, progress Social dreams: equality, classless Society religious dreams: religions freedom in a " promised Land" in which they were God's chosen people, exceptionalism political dreams: democracy national identity : patriotism, freedom, individualism, mobility, optimism, flexibility Englisch ABI "From zero to hero" "From rags to riches" Historical background / Important Data 1492: Christopher Columbus discovers America. From then on, Spanish and Portuguese adventurers came in search of gold and other riches. Only later did explorers come to settle down and live in the "New world". 1607: Jamestown, Virginia, one of the earliest successful settlements in America 1620: the ship " Mayflower" lands in Cabot Cove. Puritans from Great Britain settle in Plymouth Bay, Massachusetts 1623: New York ( first called New Amsterdam, being a Dutch settlement) founded 1630 Boston founded 1755-1763: The French and Indian war, France loses its possessions in North America to the British 1773: "The Boston Tea Party" - clash between American settlers and British troops because of plant 66 taxation. " No taxation without representation" was the slogan to explain refusal to pay tea tax 1775: Boston massacre: Five people killed in Boston by British soldiers 1776: Declaration of Independence signed on...

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4th of July written largely by Thomas Jefferson of Virginia together with 4 other statesmen called the Founding fathers 1783: Treaty of Paris - the thirteen colonies gain independence from the British crown 1789: The Constitution (4th March) passed by Congress (= House of Senate and House of Representatives) 1791: The Bill of Rights which consist of 10 amendments (= Zusatz) to the Constitution, is passed (e.g. First Amendment: freedom of speech; Second Amendment: the right to bear arms because there was no army yet) 1861 -1865: War of Secession (Civil War), end of slavery in the South 1886 Statue of Liberty opened Statue of Liberty started in 1875 by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdie in France Finished and shipped to the US in 1885 located at the upper Bay of New York Harbour dedicated in 1886 with height 302 ft and weight 225 tons The Declaration of Independence was approved by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776 was made up of representatives of the thirteen colonies much of the text, written by Thomas Jefferson, justifies the split from Britain the declaration mentions the Independence of the 13 States from each other as well as from Britain today July 4th remains an important holiday although the true meaning is often lost in the hype Manifest Destiny belief that it was America's mission to to democratize the world in 1839 he declared the US "the nation of the future" whose fate was "to manifest to mankind the excellence of the divine principles, to establish on earth the noblest temple to the worship of the most high- the Sacred and the True" Uncle Sam a very popular nickname for the American government It was first used in the war against England in 1812 in a derogative way is a bearded man dressed in Stars and Stripes the american government used Uncle Sam in order to recruit volunteers during WW1 & WW2 Frontier originally referred to the line of settlements moving westward → settlers lived on a very small stripe of the east coast; → There world ended in the Northeast in the latest at the Mississippi the West was an unknown and unexplored country people started to explore the west by fighting against the natives (war) speed of conquest Rises by exploring the way to the Pacific in 1890 Today the myth of the frontier is kept alive in American culture e.g. in literature and films John F. Kennedy used the term in a speech for a space mission →"Go West, young man" The Puritans a social and religious movement mend wizard in 16th and 17th century protestantism puritans wondered to cleanse the Church of England from the remaining in friends of Roman Catholic papism wished to read the Bible literally and purify its message the Puritans shape many aspects of the American Civil religion: virtue, integrity, education, work, individual freedom and communitarianism tell play an important role in everyday life Individualism central concept in the way American see themselves and are viewed by others the idea of self-reliance and responsibility for one's own fate Has shaped American culture since the 17th century if a person is given the freedom and opportunity to develop he/she will necessarily prosper "if you work hard, you prosper - if you fail, it's your own fault" Multiculturalism originally referred to Canadian and Australian minority policy in the 1970s became rather popular as feminists, gays and lesbians, and members of ethnic minorities Sheldon the traditional North American and western Europe cultural preeminence the two competing Concepts in the multiculturalism are assimilation and pluralism Melting pot was used as a metaphor to describe the United States first denoting that all immigrants gave up their original cultural identity to form one homogenous American nation Immigrants can "melt" into American nation, so that a single great culture emerges from it like a salad Bowl: the different cultures enrich each other - without, however, abandoning the individual cultures and ethnic identities American Pizza There is one white base on which different types of meat, vegetables and trimmings are added, so some parts are stronger and determine the character of the pizza others are scarce and simply at collar and spices to the main flavour of the National pizza Truman Show The Truman Show is a TV classic all over the world. Since his birth, Truman Burbank has been the main character of the show without even knowing it. Producer Christof designed an artificial world in which Truman is watched by thousands of cameras 24 hours a day. His wife, friends and relatives are all actors in order to prevent the facade from falling apart. However, in episode 10 909 there are several accidental incidents that make Truman suspicious and he tries to escape.