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      Success in America

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      uniformity, capital, wealth, ownership, hard work, well-being, social justice
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            I belong to a generation ridiculed; accused of being lazy, lacking a good work ethic, at home living in someone’s basement. Though I soundly reject these derisions, I understand what so-called millennials find abhorrent about the average American’s work - life balance. Can redefining success within the United States aid in allowing its people to achieve both better health and a more secure sense of well-being? Additionally What effect does the American construct of success have on the well-being of an individual? Additionally, does a wealth and “work without complaint” centered interpretation of the American Dream have a positive, negative, or neutral effect on the well-being of an individual? Lastly, wha

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            5 May 2022
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            [1 ] Transformative Studies, California Institute of Integral Studies
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            10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPYMKNJ.v1
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            Social & Behavioral Sciences
            uniformity, capital, wealth, ownership, hard work, well-being, social justice

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