Asagai: "assimilation is so popular in your country" Beneatha: "I'm not an assimilationist!" (pg 43)
Ruth:" Oh Walter...(softly) Honey, why can't you stop fighting me?" Walter: "(without thinking) Who's fighting you? Who even cares about you?" (pg 67)
Lindner: "It is a matter of the people of Clybourne Park believing, rightly or wrongly, as I say, that for the happiness of all concerned that our Negro families are happier when they live in their own communities" (pg 91)
Internal Conflict (Person vs Self) This example shows the internal conflict between Beneatha and who she is because Beneatha has problems concerning her identity. Such as demonstrated in this quote where Asagai had remarked that since she is straightening her hair, she is assimilating, but Beneatha continuously dismisses it. As a result, Beneatha is faced with the problem on who she is, the dominant culture or what her culture is.
External Conflict (Person vs Person) This quote demonstrates a person vs person conflict because Ruth and Walter were arguing over money after Walter had spent 3 days absent from work and instead in bars. So as a result, Walter started battling Ruth over money and had even said harsh things like who cares about you.
External Conflict (Person vs Society) This quote shows the conflict of Person vs Society by showing that the society, or the neighborhood of Clybourne Park, is against the Younger family from moving into their neighborhood. This causes a conflict for the Younger family because they had wanted to move into the neighborhood but because of the color of their skin, they are advised not to.