Jonna Ivin

novelist and playwright

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Jonna Ivin is a playwright and the author of three books, including the memoir Will Love for Crumbs

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Dr. Martin Luther King famously had a "Dream" — and it's related to the "American Dream," a phrase first used back in 1931.

Does the "American Dream" still have a future?

Dr. Martin Luther King famously had a "Dream" — and it's related to the "American Dream," a phrase first used back in 1931.

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The "American Dream" has been defined as an increased standard of living from generation to generation.

The 'American Dream:' Does it have a future?

The "American Dream" has been defined as an increased standard of living from generation to generation.

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