Harrison Bergeron Individualism

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The conflict of man versus government in Harrison Bergeron was important because it conveys the challenge between expressing individualism and commonality. The government limits people through specialized handicaps. The government also does not allow citizens to speak their minds. Society is a utopia to where if anybody tries to displace the balance the government will kill them. The government is affecting citizens lives through the handicaps they are given. George was at a level of higher intelligence than his wife, Hazel. Yet, he was forces to wear an earpiece that would plays sounds to distract when he started thinking at a higher level. George also had to wear weights to be equal to others in size. Individuality is lost. “All

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