Surviving Antarctica Character Analysis

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This quote states that military dictatorship is born by force and not democracy. This concept is present in both books were the government is dangerously powerful and uses any means necessary to scare its own people in doing what they want them to do. Writers of dystopian novels often write stories set in the future to warn us about the potential hazards of the choices we are making TODAY. The novels, Surviving Antarctica, and Legend both depict a future in which government has become dangerously powerful. If we look closely at governments around the world today, we can see that many share the same traits as the ones described in these novels. In both a modern day dictatorship such freedoms as the Freedom of speech and press are repressed. And in some cases resources and food could be limited in a county that could cause civil unrest and lead to revolutions. Most if not all of …show more content…
Many of these countries have major famine and these countries also limit their freedoms and/or speech and expression. These countries devote large amounts of resources and manpower to enforcing there laws. The governments in both Surviving Antarctica and Legend do the same. The governments enforce these strict rules and regulations to make sure that the citizens do as they are told and hear what they want them to hear. In places such as North Korea there is Major food shortages. Propaganda is just another way that government controls their people. As previously stated, the government broadcasts all types of news. This is in all types of media ranging from articles in a newspaper to stories from major news outlets and channels. So we must decide whether or not what the government does is right or if it is not. I have come to realize that we should be doing something about this. All of the famine and hunger in the country could and should have been

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