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    them, government control. Both novels differ from one another wildly, yet have that singular theme in common, and end in the same way, with the government winning in the end. Clearly, both authors intended their books to act as warnings against this outcome, and, as such, are effective in doing so. For

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    Beginning with government control in the dystopian worlds and the modern world. In the world of The Giver by Lois Lowry, the government in the community technically controls almost everything by a “Committee of Elders.” However, the most important thing taken away from the people in The Giver is choosing. The reason why choosing is taken away in the community is that, as The Giver states on page 98, “He might make wrong choices.” The good part is that it prevents crime making decisions of people

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    which the American government reigns control over most of the population. The government keeps Americans ignorant to make them happy, and to maintain absolute control over them. They censor anything that can provoke thoughts and make people unhappy. The government keeps absolute control over their populous by maintaining control over the media shown and by hunting people who do what the government banned. The government uses their control over media to keep control over the populous. They

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    Control is Power How far can government control go? This question has been debated for centuries, and even now it is not an easy question to answer. Society and technology are in a constant state of upgrades and evolution from what it once was. With these new advancements in technology, new dangers are also present. The question then asked is, how far should the government go in protecting us? How far can government control of its people go? 1984 and Divergent show ways in how the government can

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    Does our government have too much control on us? Do we have too many rules to follow? Kurt Vonnegut, the author of “Harrison Bergeron,” writes about how the government tries to take control of everyone.In this story Vonnegut writes how the Handicapper General makes the smarter,prettier and stronger people wear handicaps.Some readers may think Vonnegut is writing about civil rights.However,throughout this paper I am going to prove them wrong. In Vonnegut's story Harrison Bergeron went against

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    The government is coming to take you away! Government control is a common dystopian theme, as it is feared greatly by many people on this planet. Some people, such as the residents of North Korea, already are in complete government control and brainwashing. A recurring idea in government control is the government wiping out a certain percentage of people to keep the population down, which is usually the people with less intelligence than average. In Neal Shusterman’s “Unwind” the parents get to choose

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    1. Regulated capitalism is private ownership with some government control and procedural guarantees. While social democracy is mostly private ownership but extensive government control with substantive and procedural guarantees. An example of how the government regulates an aspect of our economy is the FDA. In a regulated capitalism the owner of a cupcake industry owns the factory but has regulations it must meet according to the FDA. Compared to a social democracy the state would own the factory

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    In today’s society we are being watched way too much. Some of the times we are being watched, we know about it and other times, we don’t. The government, with a few clicks of a button, can watch what websites you go to, your text messages, even the pictures you send to your grandmother last Christmas, without your knowledge of them doing so. They hold too much power over surveillance of U.S. citizens. There are plenty of incidents where the NSA (National Security Agency) was caught taking files

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    Government Control Governments need to have rules, laws and regulations so they have control over the people, but too much control can be oppressive to society. Government control should be equal to the rights of the people; having too much control conflicts with the rights of the people and their life, liberty and happiness. There are arguments to both sides of governing power and it’s effect on society, but one thing is certain, and facts show that an overpowering government can lead to adverse

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    society the government has most of the control on what we say and what we do. Some will argue and say that this is wrong and we get the say but they don’t realize the different things the government is taking away. Our society is getting more like the book “Brave New World” where the government has the most power. The government will do anything to get a little bit of money in their hands. The government is trying to control everything from how we eat, to our Patriotism. The government controls how we

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