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Compare And Contrast Harrison Bergeron And 2081

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It is the year 2081, and everyone is finally equal, because of the 211th, 212th , and 213th amendments. No one is smarter than anyone else, or better looking, thanks to government issued “handicaps.” Everyone seems to be at peace. However, one boy; Harrison Bergeron, is a threat to the piece that has finally been achieved. In both “Harrison Bergeron” and 2081, Harrison Bergeron is a villain. “Harrison Bergeron . . . has just escaped from jail, where he was held on suspicion of plotting to overthrow the government.” This is a statement that most likely would not be used to describe a hero. Harrison was said to have been plotting to overthrow the government, which is not only illegal, but is an act of Terrorism. He also escaped from

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