Williams1 Johnarius WillaimsMrs. FieldLNG 32215 February 2011Society Chooses for All!
In “Harrison Bergeron,” “Anthem,” and “Gattaca,” society controlsmankind. You would think one would use his or her own brain, but societyhas made it almost impossible to do so. Vonnegut, Rand, and Niccol expressthat all people are equal, but there will always be someone who defies thestandards of equality. Society has made life very complicated anduncomfortable for the people it controls. Wrong doing is not tolerated andanyone who does so is punished by society. It seems that society has itsbrains trapped and trained to do what everyone else is doing. No mind shallever wonder off the track society has laid for it. Only the brave and bold willstand up and be different and defend for what they believe in. For it is thebold and brave who realize that the society is doing the wrong.It seems society has control over all, but only to the blind eye. Societycan never have control over all. There is always one person destined forchange. In “Harrison Bergeron,” “Anthem,” and “Gattaca,” to believe is notactuality, because society affects the way the mind works. There is noreason to believe in something, if you are told believing is wrong. Society