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The Handmaid's Tale Vs. Our Modern Society

Summary: Essay explores the connections within Gilead and our own society.
Religion and the state are far from separate in Gilead. Religion has become an event for all Patriots to enjoy. Freedom of religion is of course not allowed and those who are found guilty of blasphemy are hanged. Perhaps this forced religion is a comment on the status of America's religious status and a warning of what is to come. When one looks at the American government, they have never had a single president who was of a different religion other than Christianity, and even very few Catholics, the majority being Protestant. Today, much of American policy is geared towards a Christian agenda. This is especially present in the Department of Justice and even in the Executive branch itself. When we look at the prejudices now towards those who are Muslim, with hundreds of thousands having to special register with the INS and...

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