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Fieldston School in New York. He has taught at Harvard, Brown, and Sarah Lawrence

College. His information regarding the American Dream is extremely beneficial for my

opening page, for it describes the evolution of this American mindset. Going from the

early stages of American history all the way to the present, Cullen provides excellent

details and examples of how the dream has changed such as his notes on decentralization;
America has become less centralized on ideas of religion, race, and status. Cullen also

argues both sides of each American dream and how specific social classes had opposing

dreams. I will gladly use much of this information to hook the reader and give them an

idea of what my essay is about.

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but focuses primarily on the scientific side of the argument, thus making this book

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the modern day; many people are heavily against the anti-vax movement, viewing it as

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voice your opinion; this group is being shamed for their views on a topic rather than

accepted. Whether I support them or not is not important to this project.

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