Perfection In Wes Moore's A Dystopian Society

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Wes Moore’s A Utopian society is a world that is considered perfect. Unfortunately , a society that is seeking perfection usually becomes a dystopian society . A dystopian society that is dehumanizing and as unpleasing a possible. Harrison Bergeron ‘ s world and N. korea both shared these traits. Both societies were ruled by a dictator that took away their freedom. In the Harrison bergeron’s society the dictators wanted everybody equal . The people had to wear handicaps . If you took them off you had to pay a fine . In this society you had to go to jail . They weren’t allowed to think for themselves . If

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