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Dystopian Societies

Summary: Compares the Dystopian aspects of "1984" written by George Orwell, "The Killing Fields" directed by Roland Joffe, and "Brave New World" written by Aldous Huxley.
There are many factors that affect the efficiency of a society. One of the factors deals with the level of integrity and honesty of the society. When the society becomes dishonest and secretive, rebels begin to develop within the society. When rebels begin to hate and distrust the society, it becomes very vulnerable and unstable. The result only leads to the destruction of the dystopian society. Although the methods of indoctrination in dystopian societies are often effective, the society will crumble in the long run because there is a development of rebels, an overuse of violence, and the lack of freedom for the people of the society.

The development of rebels weakens and breaks down a dystopian society. Whenever a society hides the truth from its citizens, there are bound to be rebels planning to go against the rules and regulations. There are examples of this in Nineteen...

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