According to the two American Dream readings, different generations of Americans have defined “the American Dream” in very different ways. Many articles on the subject suggest that your generation shares much more in common with the ideas of the “Traditionalist” generation than any other generation since the 1940s. Do you agree with this? In a well-organized MLA format essay, explain how people your own age would define “the American Dream” and how that definition may be different from previous generations. Sources: Ballard, Jamie. “Is the American Dream Still Attainable?” YouGov, YouGov, 17 July 2020, today.yougov.com/topics/politics/articles-reports/2020/07/18/american- dream-attainable-poll-survey-data. Mangelsdorf, Lisa. “Connecting Generations . We Are Here to Help Develop next Generation Leaders.” Generationy.com, www.generationy.com/the-traditionalists-born-1922-1945/. “New Research Reveals Millennials and Generation Z Believe American Dream Is Possible.” Walton Family Foundation, 6 Oct. 2020, www.waltonfamilyfoundation.org/about-us/newsroom/new-research-reveals-millennials-and-generation-z-believe-american-dream-is-possible. “The Evolution of the American Dream.” Bridgeworks, 21 Sept. 2015, www.generations.com/insights/the-evolution-of-the-american-dream/.