The American Dream seams that vanish in 2018. It is rapidly turning into an American illusion.America starts 2018 with 40 million poor Americans, and, almost half of them are in big poverty. With 25 percent of childhood poverty, the United States is a leader in the developed world. There are people who manage to live with $2 a day.The predominance of inadequacy and imbalance “is shockingly in a struggle with the tremendous abundance of the United States and its dedication regarding human rights.”Philip Alston, who is serving as UN Special Rapporteur on Poverty and Human Rights, underlined all these facts in his report prepared after his traveling through some American states. He witnessed homelessness, risky sanitation and wastewater, police observation, criminalization and abuse of poor people.P. Nadassen from Barnard College explained that the USA has always been with disparity and with poverty.The problem with poverty was swiped under the carpet for a few decades. Ignoring this issue or better say, misrepresentation of the real facts, led to problem escalation. When did all start?Capitalism at the end of the nineteenth and mid-twentieth century brought the fast monetary expansion in the United States. This brought on surface class disparities and economic vulnerability, which was the real reason behind the Great Depression.Officials in the Government, as well as business leaders, considered that capitalism would work better if Americans were given a fundamental life standard. That’s why state permitted for extremely poor, the social protection for old people, monthly compensation for single parents and individuals with disabilities. At that time the state determined the lowest pay permitted by law for the laborers.Albeit disproportional and designated, these public backing has effectively shielded the vast majority from falling into extraordinary scarcity. After World War II, the state stimulated its financial development, reinforced purchaser capitalism by stimulating middle class and laborers, promising them better options through a broader education program and minimum monetary security.Since the 1970s, this arrangement of social protection has been essentially lessened. The controls for the insurance of laborers were turned back, and school financing and public programmes were decreased. The poor suffered most. With the social change in 1996, poor single parents were restricted to getting support for five years with an obligation to find a job. A few states asked for fingerprints of the applicants, even for their drugs testing, which for all intents and purposes criminalized them without a sensible reason. Soon after this, from 4.6 million, the number of persons getting social support decreased to 1.1 million. However, that did not imply that the level of poverty also decreased.Rather, the level of the shortage was in expansion. 40 million people in America live in poverty. Half of them earn half of the poverty line.The issue of childhood poverty brought America to the infamous top position as a leader in the developed world (with 25 percent). At that point, there are many individuals who live with $2 daily and don’t have an access to fundamental services, for example, medicinal services, education, sanitation. Indeed, those people are not able to find a job, have utilized the five-year due date for getting support and did not meet all other requirements for different projects or they live in remote regions. They are excluded from the social support structure and the labor market as well. In 1981, one percent of the richest individuals earned 27 times more than half of the people at the base of the pyramid. Today, those on the top, one percent, earned 80 times more.The present tax reform will additionally intensify the issue of poverty gap, because of the significant/huge tax reductions for companies and richest Americans, in comparison to the modest ones who in fact represent most middle-class families.The expansion in extraordinary poverty in the USA demonstrates that it isn’t important to discuss how to diminish the expenses of social projects. Yet, enhancing the services and taking into account the issues of the vulnerable more seriously, would be a better option.It is a fact that 1,5 million American families today live in extreme poverty, which is doubled in 20 years. If the tendency continues, undoubtedly, the number of the poorest Americans will rise dramatically. What is important, the values of democracy and human rights will definitely be useless and will be put at risk.