Harrison Bergeron: Equality Forces In American Society

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In the short story Harrison Bergeron, equality forces in American society. The characters Harrison and George are both handicapped by the Government to be equal with society. Harrison is taken away from his mother Hazel and father, George because he is against being handicapped to be equal. George believes it has made the world a better place than it was before. Although, George is above average I look up to him because I'm similar to him along with his intelligence, beliefs in equality, and support for the laws. Im very intelligent just like George. I attend summer school, when I can be laying off a semester just like the average teens my age. I consider myself above average for doing such thing, but if it wasn't for the goals that
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