Harrison Bergeron

What is everybody was finally equal in harrison bergeron by vonnegut?

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I believe it to be a satircal statement of what "equality," as defined in this story, really is. "Everybody was finally equal" is ironic in that equality is meant to be a solution to humanity's disorder and unhappiness, but it only shifts them from one group to another. So equality is obtained in a literal since, but morally, the people are not equal. The question is if true equality and happiness can actually be obtained.