Beneatha’s dream differs from Mama’s in that it is, in many ways, self-serving. In her desires to “express” herself and to become a doctor, Beneatha proves an early feminist who radically views her role as self-oriented and not family-oriented. Feminism had not fully emerged into the American cultural landscape when Hansberry wrote A Raisin in the Sun, and Beneatha seems a prototype for the more enthusiastic feminism of the 1960s and 1970s. She not only wants to have a career—a far cry from the June Cleaver stay-at-home-mom role models of the 1950s (June Cleaver was the name of the mother on Leave it to Beaver, a popular late-1950s sitcom about a stereotypical suburban family)—but also desires to find her identity and pursue an independent career without relying solely on a man. She even indicates to Ruth and Mama that she might not get married, a possibility that astonishes them because it runs counter to their expectations of a woman’s role. Similarly, they are befuddled by her dislike of the “pretty, rich” George Murchison. That Beneatha’s attitude toward him differs from Ruth’s or Mama’s may result from the age difference among the three women. Mama and Beneatha are, of course, a generation apart, while Ruth occupies a place somewhere in the middle; Hansberry argues that Beneatha is the least traditional of the women because she is the youngest.
White Argentines are mainly descendants of immigrants who came from Europe and the Middle East in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.   After the regimented Spanish colonists, waves of European settlers came to Argentina from the late nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries. Major contributors included Italy (initially from Piedmont , Veneto and Lombardy , later from Campania , Calabria, and Sicily ),  and Spain (most are Galicians and Basques , but there are Asturians , Cantabrians , Catalans , and Andalusians ). Smaller but significant numbers of immigrants include Germans, primarily Volga Germans from Russia , but also Germans from Germany, Switzerland, and Austria ; French which mainly came from the Occitania region of France; Portuguese , which already conformed an important community since colonial times; Slavic groups, most of which were Croats , Bosniaks , Poles , but also Ukrainians , Belarusians , Russians , Bulgarians , Serbs and Montenegrins ; Brits, mainly from England and Wales ; Irish who left from the Potato famine or British rule; Scandinavians from Sweden , Denmark, Finland , and Norway ; from the Ottoman Empire came mainly Armenians , and various Semitic peoples such as Syriacs - Assyrians , Maronites and Arabs (from what are now of Lebanon and Syria ). Smaller waves of settlers from Australia and South Africa, and the United States can be traced in Argentine immigration records.