The unregulated governments Essay

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The unregulated governments Essay
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The unregulated governments
The Brave New World Presents two things for sure; a perfect utopia and a perfect
dystopia. On the one hand, the book presents a society where everyone is happy beautiful and
secure from maladies and worries. On the other hand, Huxley presents another face of the
society; that which is full of problems and challenges. One of the issues that the book tackles are
the excessiveness of the government. When a government is very powerful, it is possible that it
might misuse its powers to the disadvantage of the population. In many societies, there has been
evidence that when states are too powerful, they often end up misruling the people that they are
supposed to serve. In the Brave New World, there are many instances in which the government
sought and succeeded to have control of every aspect of the lives of the people. In the long run,
what was created to benefit the populations turns out to be a monster among them. While
authorities play an important role in the maintenance of law and order in the societies, it is
always important to make sure that the powers of the government are provided with a ceiling.
The provision of effective checks and balances is essential in making sure that all the actors act
within the confines of their responsibilities. Concerning the Brave New World, this presentation
explores the fact that governments may be harmful to the people if they are allowed to wield
their powers without control.

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Unregulated governments
Brave New World is a platform for dictatorial regimes. Governments are seeking to rule
with an iron fist and in the process control all the facts of human life. In this new world,
technology is thriving, and the government is in a position to monitor what happens at every
corner of the country. It is said that,” If we could bokanovskify indefinitely the whole problem
would be solved." (Huxley 3) In summary, the state is static and highly efficient and above all,
totalitarian. However, in this state, there is no war, crime or even poverty. All things are
excellent, and the people are in a position to live the lives of their choice. Like in any society,
this Brave New World is stratified. The intellectuals sit at the top where they are ...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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