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The Dangers of Bureaucracy

Summary: Critical essay about the dangers of bureaucracy. Questions the cost of numerous rules and regulations. Uses the pretext of a preschool to illustrate the point.

Welcome to Lindfield East Lockdown (also referred to as Lindfield East Preschool). Please ring the buzzer and deposit your child at the second security gate, directly behind our first security gate, immediately before you hit the third security gate, and to the right of our `Bin Security Gate'. Our day is strictly regimented around documenting, convoying, and surveying, so have your child prepared.

Child care and `schooling' date back to the beginning of human life, gradually developing, official guidelines forming, regulations being devised. As the years have passed the schooling of children has been modified extensively. What we have ended up with is the modern day Preschool.

Today's society is so full of deception and negligence that it is only natural that a few laws be laid down, but there also comes a point in time when no more rules can be invented. There is a time when...

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