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The Transformation of the 'American Dream'

“The American Dream is back.” President Trump made that claim in a speech in January.

They are ringing words, but what do they mean? Language is important, but it can be slippery. Consider that the phrase, the American Dream, has changed radically through the years.

Mr. Trump and Ben Carson, the secretary of housing and urban development, have suggested it involves owning a beautiful home and a roaring business, but it wasn’t always so. Instead, in the 1930s, it meant freedom, mutual respect and equality of opportunity. It had more to do with morality than material success.

This drift in meaning is significant, because the American Dream — and international variants like the Australian Dream , Le Rêve Français and others — represents core values. In the United States, these values affect major government decisions on housing, regulation and mortgage guarantees, and millions of private choices regarding whether to start a business, buy an ostentatious home or rent an apartment.

Poll Shows Strong Bipartisan Support for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)

WASHINGTON - A new poll conducted by Democratic and Republican pollsters sends a clear message to elected officials intending to dismantle the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: do so against the will of your constituents.  Likely Republican, Independent, and Democratic voters all overwhelmingly support protections that restore fairness and competition in the marketplace and rein in Wall Street.

Similar attitudes have also been found in PIRG’s door-to-door campaign to defend the CFPB in a dozen cities across the country. “Reining in Wall Street is not a left-right issue. It’s a big guy-little guy issue. That’s why tens of thousands of Americans from coast to coast have readily signed petitions to defend the CFPB when we knock on their doors,” said Mike Litt, Consumer Advocate with U.S. PIRG.

The poll, conducted by a bipartisan group of  pollsters for the Center for Responsible Lending and the PIRG-backed Americans for Financial Reform, had three main takeaways:

Is the American Dream causes mortgage crisis? 10 points for the best advice. Thank you?

I know there are various reasons that lead to the current mortgage crisis such as the banks, the loans, the economics, the government.

If the American dream is to do incredibly stupid things with your finances and credit, then you are probably right.

Banks and mortgage brokers were contributors, but in reality it was people's own greed and stupidity that was the main cause.