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            All through life humanity tries to obtain a world in which one can live with enjoyment, equality, fairness, and happiness. Many great writers have created utopian worlds that the reader can consider and explore. A utopian society is a society which has perfect political and social order. When talking about a utopian society, the word perfect is synonymous. A perfect society seems close, but is really very far away. The ideal society consists of knowledge, reverence, and equality. Knowledge is the information that people acquire and use to have a better. The truth, of course, is that we always fail. While the "Utopia" exhibit is a place for dreamers, it also includes its share of nightmares. In the twentieth century, the quest for a perfect society produced terrors like Nazi Germany and Communist Russia, which resulted in the loss of more than one hundred million lives. Hitler, Stalin, and Mao were all utopians; fascism, socialism, and totalitarianism are the dystrophies that they unleashed on the modern world. .
             While many attempts have been made to create the "perfect" society in word and in deed, most philosophers acknowledge that an earthly Utopia is unachievable, marking its unrealistic hopes and insurmountable flaws as the source of this eternal conflict. People within a Utopia society are still people of society. Within this there lays the fault. People cannot be controlled and be limited to what they want to do. Utopian's rules and boundaries is what kept the society perfect. Today there are too many other influences and freedoms that cannot be swept away and replaced with limits. People are always going to push to see how far they can go. .
             Utopian has many ways they do things that just wouldn't seem to work now or then. Women rights have been around for over (eighty years?) .Sooner or later the women in Utopia wouldn't take the way they were treated. It was good that women and men were some what equal.

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