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Fahrenheit 451: A Warning for the Future?

Summary: Ray Bradbury's novel Fahrenheit 451 is really a political commentary about political corruption and censorship, written as a warning to future generations about oppressive conservative governments. It serves as a warning to society to change its ways before it is too late.

Fahrenheit 451, a book by Ray Bradbury, is a social commentary written to expose the flaws in our government and media. It shows how the government will bend to the will of the corporate sector if offered a financial incentive. In the book Fahrenheit 451 the government passes legislation that makes books illegal, causing all book owners to hide from the law. The books main character Guy Montag is a fireman, but unlike the firemen of today, Guy’s job is to burn books. I believe Bradbury was trying to send the strong message that if we allow such corruption to occur, that our society will pay the price. In this essay I will show how government and media rely on each other to operate, how government and media censorship destroy our right to free speech and how government corruption allows the media to control our...

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