"Animal Farm" by G. Orwell.
J.F. Kennedy once said: "The basis of an effective government is public confidence". Harrison Bergeron, the short story by Kurt Vonnegut and Animal Farm, the novel by George Orwell, teaches that government can manipulate and suppress opinions; can change from set to be; and the change of it doesn't always cause change in life.
In Harrison Bergeron, the government can manipulate and suppress opinions. When the Handicapper General-- Diana Moon Glampers-- kills Harrison Bergeron , "the Bergeron's television tube burned out" (pg. 8 of the story). This quote shows that the government can contr…
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