Kurt Vonnegut's Harrison Bergeron: The Perfect Society

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The ‘Perfect’ Society? How would you feel if you could not be yourself? In the short story 'Harrison Bergeron' by Kurt Vonnegut they have a society where people can not be themselves. The government forces them to put handicaps on themselves to make everyone equal. We shouldn't strive for the society in ‘Harrison Bergeron’; this society is crippling to all people. it does not allow people to be unique and reach their full potential to help society. In this society, they don’t let people think. They can’t come up with there opines or learn more. And It could hurt them all more in the end.Harrison's dad George has one of these handicaps. He can't think for long periods of time or think too hard on any topics.“George, while his intelligence was

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