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Utopia and Utopian Ideals

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The idea of a perfect world can be uniquely individual. For some, it would be a society without war or violence. For others, it would be a world based on equality for all races, creeds, and genders. Still, others would consider a world free from financial burdens to be ideal. The possibilities are nearly endless and certainly everyone has their own personal answer to that dilemma. Although it may sound like something asked by a panel of judges at a Miss America pageant, it is a question that numerous writers and thinkers have attempted to answer. Some have considered changing certain political aspects to create an ideal society, and others have concentrated on economic factors. Either way, the dream of making a perfect world has become so much a part of the human existence that it has been given its own...

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