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Unformatted text preview: STUDENT VERSION: (222 words) Preston Tucker is a man with a vision. His dream runs deep with passion. He aims to create a new and innovative automobile. He wishes to see his cars all over America because he feels that he can give people the change that they are looking for. Tucker feels that achieving the American Dream is possible for anyone and everyone. But throughout his journey, he learns that making an impact on society is not only about innovation and great ideas. It is about a power struggle between individuals, government, and corporate business. Tuckers plan of action is flawed from the start. He bases everything on the belief that people driven by passion and good intentions will naturally succeed. But simply because his idea is original doesnt mean that success will find its way to him. Because he is blinded by this belief, he doesnt truly understand the scope of his goal. Even though this car is his hearts desire, Tucker doesnt realize the amount of work it takes to build a...
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course STERN c70 taught by Professor Lyon during the Fall '10 term at NYU.
- Fall '10