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    In the book Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley, the World State Government maintains control in similar fashions to the way that present day government works. Both governments create stability by setting rules and standards and giving a tranquilizer or distraction to the people so that everything is manageable and can be controlled. The World State Government is built and created to maintain order and stability. The stability that the World State creates is needed, as said in the book, “Stability. The primal and ultimate need” (Huxley 43). The World State provides this need for the people by keeping everyone on a similar status, and making sure there is no chaos by limiting the emotions and freedom of the people. The United States Government…

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    In Brave New World, Aldous Huxley describes a totalitarian government that controls every aspect of every citizen's life. The government controls its citizens with science, technology, factories, and an industrial based religion. Throughout the book Huxley uses these themes to show the kind of society the World Controllers are trying to create. He does this to show what science and technology can do to a society. Huxley also shows that when technology is in the wrong hands society can take a…

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    Is World Government Possible or Desirable While surfing the net, reading e-books I found some ideas, some predictions, about the possibility of World Government. Authors who worked on this problem, published their ideas and argued the situation on their books. However, since todays world is not lead as one government, authors write their discussions such as "What if ?", because as I said, this is just a thought that one day may occur or not. My goal in this paper…

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    In Brave New World the government controls the society which all fails because being under control being observed and being synthetically manufactured in a test tube factory does not make natural selection all natural anything the factors of learning to live living to learn is all put out the window because they think that manufacturing people will make life more easier in simple won't be any fights any wars any diseases people live longer what they don't realise is the taken away people's…

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    The world saw the increase of more than a few totalitarian governments in Europe after the end of World War I. These included the fascist governments of Germany, Italy, Spain, and Japan, and Stalin 's rule in Russia. Franco 's fascist government in Spain was the only fascist government to stay in control after World War II. In 1936 the Spanish military revolted against the liberal government in response to left wing victory in the polls and execution of conservative leaders. Franco rose to his…

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    Throughout these weeks’ chapter readings, I realized Jennifer Government contains many elements that can directly be connected to the novel Brave New World, the famous Shakespearean tragedy, Macbeth and the blockbuster film, Divergent. In Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley, a majority of the world’s countries have come together to form one big country called the World State, in a similar manner to the United States in Jennifer Government. The citizens of both worlds are valued on their capability…

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    Societies must have a powerful leader or government in order to succeed. In so many places there are examples where you can see a society with order like in the book Lord of the Flies and World War 1. As you know societies always end up falling apart and collapsing. The difference between a great society and a weak one is that one has a powerful government and the other doesn’t, therefore the one with the powerful government lasts longer. For example looking at World War 1 the United State…

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    Government control can be a major problem when it comes to the citizens freedom. the novel brave new world by Aldous Huxley and 1984 by George Orwell, both show the amount of control and the lengths political leaders are willing to go through to stay in power. The government can be very manipulating of their citizens restating many of their thoughts and freedom. To maintain further power these leaders restrain sexuality. Governments oppress their citizens to stay in power. To begin in the…

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    How does a government take complete control? A government can take control in many ways. In Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, the government takes everything away from the people. They take away the populations’ humanity. The people are very happy and satisfied with the lives they live. If they ever have a bad day, they always have an escape. The government has taken everything away from the people. The people only know the information that the government wants them to know. Religion was stripped…

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    There are world issues that cannot be resolved by individual states alone. Attempts of international governance were seen within the League of Nations, and now the United Nations. The United Nations (UN) is an intergovernmental organization, not a world government, but the possibility for it to transform to one is not unlikely. The United Nations has its fair share of success and failures, but whether the movement towards a world government is a good idea or not is debatable. In the case for a…

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