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in “the lottery” and “Harrison Bergeson” citizens lacked freedom because they couldn’t chose what they wanted to do or when they wanted to do it .
Quote : "All right, folks." Mr. Summers said. "Let's finish quickly."(Mr. Summers page 7)
Analysis: This supports my thesis because when this event occurred they had to pick the person to “win the lottery” they were begging to stone the winner .this should change because this is basically flat out murder for little to no reason and this violates their right to freedom.
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They weren't only equal before God and the law. They were equal every which way. Nobody was smarter than anybody else. Nobody was better looking than anybody else. Nobody was stronger or quicker than anybody else”(George page 1)
analysis: this supports my thesis because citizens deserve to have a little mystery to their self and not be like everyone else .also this lacks citizens right for freedom.
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The son of George and Hazel Bergeron. Fourteen years old and seven feet tall, Harrison seems to be the most advanced model the human species . He is also a genius who is very strong, a dancer who can also break out of prison, and disagrees with the government .although he didn't succeed to overthrow the government so we could have freedom .
The winner of the lottery and is stoned to death. but when her family’s name is drawn, she protests that the lottery isn’t fair.
Harrison’s father and Hazel’s husband. To slow down his physical strength, George must wear weights around his neck. George is also an intelligent man, must wear a radio that prohibits him from thinking deeply. The noises broadcast at twenty-second commercials .this radio interfere with George’s natural though toward intense thought so he wont think about his son.