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The American Dream isn’t new–it affects us all. And it’s recurring. Facets of it come up often in American discourse, especially in terms of social mobility, the wealth gap, and unequal opportunity. While many may not hold it close to themselves, everyone has some awareness of it. But where did it start? And how has it changed?

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Special thanks to Professor Oberlin for her excellent work teaching the course and to Anna Sale for providing the inspiration for this podcast. 

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Nick Campion interviewed by Emmett Rees on December 5th, 2018.

Mira Tellegen interviewed by Keven Hernandez on December,

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