Ideal Society Essay

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The perfect societies have been crumbled by the simplest of thing such as people, beliefs, and customs. There has never been as a society that has been able to sustain its self and not had to back up on in way or change their customs because of a foreign power or conquest. But in the ideal society where the leaders care and have the best interest of the country itself. I could see where the society could be better. But there is always a struggle for power or land. There has always been this fight going on through the ages. Just look at Julius Caesar, he was killed for his power as well as someone having different ideas for the city of Athens. This is why there is and cannot be a perfect or ideal society. If the leaders of the so called “Ideal society” break or obstruct the laws for the good of the country it has turned into a dictatorship rather than a democracy. But after people obtain the structure of the dictator’s rule they will conform. Most…show more content…
As well as the fight for equality. There has never been as a society that has been able to sustain its self and not had to back up on in way or change their customs because of a foreign power or conquest. But in the ideal society where the leaders care and have the best interest of the country itself. I could see where the society could be better. But there is always a struggle for power or land. There has always been this fight going on through the ages. Just look at Julius Caesar, he was killed for his power as well as someone having different ideas for the city of Athens. If everyone was equal, then it would be a total and utter wasteland of political struggles. The reason is that people wouldn’t have any rules or anyone to follow. Therefore no one would know what to do or what they can and cannot do in the world. But the world has gotten close in years past and present. But it always falls, because the fight for

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