Walden Two Themes

B. F. Skinner
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The whole reason for Walden Two's existence is justice. The injustice of society is taught to the children of Walden Two as an incentive to get them to stay in Walden Two. They research the ways that wealth is related to poverty, including following a maid at a wealth house home to her impoverished neighborhood. Frazier declares that wealth for a few creates poverty for many and that fame for a few creates insignificance for many. Walden Two is created as a solution for these imbalances in society.

In Walden Two, everyone's contribution to society is equalized through a system of labor credits that is intended to create justice. No one is set above anyone else because of their talents. Instead, everyone contributes equally, and the desirability of different types of labor is balanced by a system of labor credits that gives a greater reward for less desirable...

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