Emerson's Hope In A Brave New World

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They didn’t know that their strong aspirations were detrimental to their mental health, how their high hopes were slowly destroying them. Emerson wasn’t aware of it either, not until recently. The world was a dark place after World War III, the government running the country into the ground. Hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of civilian lives were lost and there seemed to be no end to the torture that the survivors faced. However, some still had hope. They believed that the situation would get better, that sooner or later, the government would rise again and there would be welfare provided for those who needed to rebuild their family, rebuild their life. Their hope was pointless. Emerson knew, from the moment he stepped out of the survivors’
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