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America Vs. Utopia

Summary: This is a comparative essay explaining why the society demonstrated in Utopia could not function in America.

The ideal Utopian society worked extremely well in Utopia, however, it would not work in America because of the population's mindset. In Utopia, the people were humble and accepted the rule of authority without question. Contrastingly, in America, the people are prideful and defiant of all governmental systems, and will not allow the government to run itself; they feel that they must have a part in it. Secondly, in Utopia, the people accept that superfluity is unneccessary, and they do not pride themselfes in wealth. In America, just the opposite is true. Wealth is exalted and put at a high level of importance. American pride is a huge obstacle that keeps us from becoming great. If America were to have a society in which all things were freely avaliable, then the government's wealth would be gone in a day. Utopia's system of work encourages people to work...

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