Imbalance Of Power In The Handmaid's Tale

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Imbalance of power can be seen in many circumstances, including in today’s world and even worlds of fiction. Most of the time the causes of the imbalance of power are typically the same. This is because it is usually for the same reasons and power hunger that authority usually craves. Because of this, the person or people of authority tend to do crazy things to get what they want, which is usually a population that is easy to control and won’t take away their power. What contributes to the imbalance of power is that in working societies and governments, the eminence makes their people feel vulnerable and fear them to make them easier to control and obey. For example The Handmaid's tale, a novel about a dystopian future in which there is an
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