Why Utopias Fail Quote

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No human can be perfect due to human nature. Utopias will never exist for many reasons. All humans are imperfect, any attempt at perfection on earth will fail. There will never be a perfect place to live (utopia), because human nature will always be in the way. The the leaders and people of utopias ruin it.
My starting reason why is that all humans are imperfect, any attempt at perfection on earth will fail. “Any land of milk and honey automatically attracted swords and muskets.”(“Why Utopias Fail” Paragraph 2). This quote supports my claim, because everyone will cause problems or fight, no matter how perfect the community is. “Each child knew his number, of course. Sometimes parents used them in irritation at a child’s misbehavior.”(“The Giver” Page 48). This quote supports my claim, because it says that people cause problems, even in a perfect society. “The young people were cleaning stables, and slaughtering the animals.”(“4 Utopian Communities That Didn't Pan Out” Paragraph 2). This quote supports my claim, because it says that all people will resort to violence at …show more content…

“If men were angels, no government would be necessary.”(“Why Utopias Fail” Paragraph 13). This quote supports my claim, because people will never be perfect, or angels. It isn’t in their human nature to be perfect.“He went out the next day, jumped into the river, swam across, and joined the next community he came to.”(“The Giver” Page 46). This quote supports my claim, because even in perfect communities, your human nature takes over, like it did to this kid. “Ripley joined the unpopular Fourierism movement.”(“4 Utopian Communities That Didn't Pan Out” Paragraph 2). This quote supports my claim, because, human nature took over for Ripley and made him choose a different path. His people didn’t like this path. Every human makes mistakes, it’s part of their human

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