Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Social Concerns

Terry Brooks
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In the "Star Wars" series, the theme of good versus evil, represented by the light and dark sides of the Force, looms throughout the various episodes. The side of good is clearly embodied in the Jedi, while the Sith represent the side of evil. This basic division resonates strongly, and those who are allied with the Jedi, such as the leader of the Republic, seek similar positive goals such as harmony and justice throughout the galaxy. Those who ally with the Sith, such as the Trade Federation, pursue selfish goals such as materialistic gain and personal power. This dichotomy presented in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace promises to unfold in more complexity in future episodes as a key figure moves from one side of the Force to the other and back again, but in general the participants fall into one camp or the other.

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