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I think Bradbury's depiction of society is not possible, because there are too many people in the world that like to read. I personally do not like reading but the whole world is not going to lose interest in reading. For example if everyone lost interest in reading then there would be no need in reading class or for reading teachers, since nobody reads then we would need to know how to read. 4. The people are told to be mindlessly happy because if they had individuality then they would want to do what they wanted to do like read books. It’s like anthem where the government wanted to everybody to be equal and not be different. If the society Fahrenheit read books then everybody would get the information

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