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Democracy: Is Perpetual War a Threat to It?

Summary: Questions if being in a perpetual war is a threat to democracy. References the book 1984 by George Orwell. Explores the policies of George W. Bush.
The book "1984" by George Orwell discusses a tyrannical government that is oppressive to its people. Even though it is not about a democracy it has some startling similarities to our own government. In 1984 the country is always at war with one of the three countries, just like George W. Bush is gearing us up for a constant state of war on the war on terror. The results of constant war in 1984 include, an oppressive government, a propaganda department, people who have few civil liberties, and backwards statements that don't mean as they state. Being in a constant state of war is a menace to democracy.

First our government has began to slowly become oppressive in intervals. One of the first major steps is the Patriot Act. The Patriot Act takes away core rights, central to the democracy started by our fore fathers...

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