How governments should let people live the way they want to
In "Harrison Bergeron" and "The lottery" it shows that the governments in which they live in are quite unfair to their citizens and put many restrictions on them in ways that is just cruel. I am going to discuss how governments shouldn't have hold over the community and how everyone should have a fair chance at being successful with their lives.
The main protagonists who spoke out against these governments.
Mrs. Tessie Hutchinson was the woman who won the "Lottery" and was married to her husband Bill Hutchinson and they had children. She believed it was unfair that her husband Bill never got a chance to draw a slip from the black box.
Harrison Bergeron is the son of George and Hazel Bergeron. He was defiant against the corrupt government in. His defiance resulted in his death by the Handicapped General
The citizens of many communities and countries throughout the world who go from a range of equality to having corrupt governments should soon be balanced out in the future.
Quote and Analysis "Harrison Bergeron"
This quote supports my thesis because it shows us how equality has taken over the U.S. and has made everyone bland and plain and much less diverse and creative than our current country which I think is wrong to do to a free community. I feel they should be able to make their own actions and decisions and not have to be like everyone else.
Quote and Analysis "The Lottery"
This quote helps to support my thesis because it shows us how traditions of some communities can be considered unfair or unjust for others to be treated in these ways due to tradition or common rule in communities. This quote also supports my thesis by giving us a glimpse of what unfair rule can affect people.