What Is The Dystopian Society In Ayn Rand's Anthem

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In the book Anthem by Ayn Rand, there is a dystopian society where Equality 7-2521 and everyone else were taught to live and think for one another. Everyone has an equal identity and no one is allowed to be independent. In this world the word “I” is nonexistent, they are forced to act as one and refer to themselves as “we.” Teachers and Council scold and punish the ones who are “different” and “better” than another. This society is ensures that no one can stand as an individual, this represents enslavement. Equality has always stood out because of how smart and different he was. He was always interested in learning science and the pursuit of knowledge Equality’s primary motivation is to self achieve and find the true meaning of “I”. He wants
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