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Books wrote in the past sometimes shine a light on the present.

Asked by: Lookingatissues
  • Books wrote in the past sometimes shine a light on the present.

    Several books that I have read seem to be speaking of current events and it seems that the authors were sending a warning to the present generation about how political powers in authority can divert the will of a countries people in order to carry out their own ideologies and to restrict their freedoms to live their lives as they wish. Omnipotent do gooder, elected officials, who, in their opinions, know better that the people themselves what are the best solutions to the worlds problems insist that their agendas are put in force since the people lack the ability to solve the many problems facing the country by themselves. "Atlas shruggs ,"by Ayn Rand and George Orwell'S book, "1984" both have poignant subliminal warnings about political "Do-gooders," in power who do things under the guise of doing whats best for the citizens, the message woven into the books is, Be ware of those who wish to do good for the citizens and will, even if they have to carry out their good intentions by force of law or by other means at their disposal.

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