Citizens and the Government
"Harrison thrust his thumbs under the bar of the padlock that secured his head harness. The bar snapped like celery. Harrison smashed his headphones and spectacles against the wall" (Vonnegut 4).
Analysis: This shows that Harrison was tired of being equal to everyone he wanted everyone to be themselves. So Harrison rebelled against the government and took off all his handicaps to prove that no one can control.
"...that over in the north village they're talking of giving up the lottery'
Old Man Warner snorted. 'Pack of crazy fools,' he said. 'Listening to the young folks, nothing's good enough for them'" (Jackson 4).
Analysis: This shows that a group of younger people in another village already tried to quite doing the lottery because they didn't want to continue on with that tradition. So since they quite doing the tradition they went against what they believed in to do something for the better.
Harrison rebelled against the government because he didn't like that everyone was equal. He ended up getting killed for stepping up to the government.
The other village
Another group of people in a different village stopped doing the lottery