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An American Dream is defined as “the dream that everyone can achieve, in a free and prosperous society.”

It’s something that the US has been trying to keep alive since its founding, and one that has been supported by various progressive policies since its inception. 

In the 1920s, American families lived on a budget, and a lot of those families struggled. 

But in the late 1920s and early 1930s, the US government was able to push through the Great Depression and set a path for an economy that allowed Americans to achieve economic security. 

Today, the American dream is considered a social contract, something that most of us have a hard time accepting. 

Despite the fact that many Americans have not been able to get a foothold in the American middle class, the system that was set up by President Ronald Reagan to give people a better chance at a better life has been a staple of the US economy ever since. 

We have a lot to look forward to in the next year. 

While the US continues to be one of the wealthiest nations on Earth, the gap between the rich and poor is increasing, and people across the US are struggling to stay afloat. 

The number of people living below the poverty line has skyrocketed over the past five years, and it’s not just because of the Great Recession. 

According to a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the number of Americans living in poverty has doubled since 2007, and the number is expected to continue to increase in the years ahead. 

This is because Americans are now forced to live on their parents’ income, as well as their own. 

With that, many Americans are relying on the government to provide a lifeline for them. 

President Donald Trump has pledged to eliminate all of the federal government’s programs that provide a safety net for the middle class. 

At the same time, the Trump administration is also pushing to end the US’ $20 trillion debt. 

And it’s a good thing, because the US already has a lot on its plate. 

Over the past year, the cost of food, healthcare, energy, and transportation has all skyrocketed. 

Americans have been spending a lot more money than they should be. 

So what do we have to look ahead to? 

Well, with a national debt that is nearly $20,000 per person, we are going to need a lot from the federal governments. 

How much will the US be spending in 2017? 

The Federal Reserve is forecasting a $2 trillion increase in federal debt over the next five years. 

To put that in perspective, that’s $7.5 trillion in the US Treasury that’s already in the bank. 

That means the Federal Government is going to have to spend nearly $10 trillion over the course of 2017 alone. 

It’s going to be an expensive proposition for the US, especially with the economic turmoil we’re currently facing. 

However, what is really interesting is that the total amount of debt the US will be carrying is going up. 

On the positive side, the Federal government is going a long way towards meeting its deficit targets, with an average debt-to-GDP ratio of 5.7% in 2018. 

A deficit ratio of that magnitude would be considered a major problem for any nation, especially if it’s been this bad for so long. 

Moreover, the debt is going down, and is expected be down another $2.3 trillion in 2019. 

Therefore, the total debt is expected increase by about $4 trillion in 2021, and by $6 trillion in 2022. 

Overall, it’s going be a tough year for the Federal budget, as the number one threat to the economy is a lack of interest rates. 

There is also a threat from the US central bank, which is expected not to increase interest rates until late 2021 or early 2022.