In these three texts there are numerous amounts of evidence to say that there are many benefits of this sort of government. In Brave New World, the government has managed to create a perfect society where all of it’s citizens are always happy and everything works perfectly with each other, in other words stable. It’s evident that these benefits to society would be worth paying the small price the citizens of the story did. Quotes from Huxley sufficiently prove this, for example when Huxley stated “They 're well off; they 're safe; they 're never ill; they 're not afraid of death; they 're blissfully ignorant of passion and old age; they 're plagued with no mothers or fathers; they 've got no wives, or children, or lovers to feel strongly about; they 're so conditioned that they practically can 't help behaving as they ought to behave. And if anything should go wrong, there 's soma. " (...
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...icient enforcement so everyone obeys the laws keeping the equality.
Concluding this essay, after reading these three works it was clear that in every dystopian type of government it has always been the people who are being forced to give up something for the cause of equality, stability, or the ideal society. Even reading all the things that they had to give up in order to get their society there it was evident to me that their government to citizen relationship was near perfect and worked great. Half the time the residents of the society did not even realize what was happening in secret, there was little suffering to achieve the goal, and the results were spectacular. I personally, will always believe that the end result of any process justifies and overcomes the means it took to get there. Would you not want a perfect system like the ones depicted in these stories?
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