The film Park Avenue: Money, Power, and the American Dream-Why Poverty? illustrate a grim reality for many within American society where, under the current climate, the one percent has more control for power and wealth. Some argue that the inequality gap has widened to point where a large segment of American society will most likely never be able to realize their so-called American dream regardless of how hard they try
write an essay in which you argue that because of the large inequality gap between the wealthy and the poor, the poor most likely will never be able to realize their so-called American dream for wealth regardless of how hard they try.
1- The Research proposal / thesis Statement Defense
2- An Annotated Bibliography
3- Final Essay
1- The essay contains 7-9 paragraphs and three-points thesis that answers the prescribed prompt
2- The essay includes at least five quote from the movie Park Avenue : Money, power, and the American Dream– Why Poverty?
3-The essay includes at least 3-4 other sources.
4- The essay contains an introduction, body paragraphs that address each point of my thesis, a paragraph of opposition, a refutation paragraph , and a conclusion
5- The essay follows MLA rules for documentation.
6- use formal writing voice and do not use 1st or 2nd person .