Citizens Right To Vote

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Thesis Statement

Citizens should be able vote on all laws that contain to them.

"Harrison Bergeron" by Kurt Vonnegut and "The Lottery" by Shirrley Jackson

: In “Harrison Bergeron” and “The Lottery”, Citizens should have more freedom. Harrison was to wear handicaps because he was more handsome and intelligent then the rest of the citizens.

Quote/Analysis "Harrison Burgeon"

Quote: Clanking, clownish, and huge, Harrison stood - in the center of the studio.


Analysis: This shows and describes the handicaps Harrison had to wear but ended up getting killed.

Quote/Analysis "The Lottery"

Quote: "It wasn't fair," Tessie Said


Analysis: Mrs. Hutchinson was killed because of the lottery, her named was pulled and she was stoned. Every citizen was entered into the lottery and threatened to be stoned.

Summary

In “Harrison Bergeron” and “The Lottery”, Citizens should have more freedom. Harrison was to wear handicaps because he was more handsome and intelligent then the rest of the citizens

Conclusion

In conclusion all citizens should have the right to vote for their laws. They should be able to vote because many laws and rules can be very dangerous and life threatening.