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  • 1. Everland Motto: Pax aequus felix felicis libertas (Peace, equality, fortunate, happiness, liberty)
  • 2. Political Development
  • 3. Form of Government
    • We will use a democracy for our government in a way similar to the united states government is currently using.  Our leaders will also be chosen by voting, but the only difference is that every person will only count as one vote regardless of their background, race, ethnicity, amount of wealth, social class, place in govt., etc.
    • Only people 18+ years old will be able to vote in these elections
    • Our government will be in charge of governing the people.  The government will be split into two branches so no one can get too much power over the people all at once.  Also, the government officials, if corrupted (as decided upon by govt and public opinion), will immediately be replaced so the people are not abused for any reason whatsoever.        
  • 4. Enforcing Law
    • To keep order within our society we will hire a small police force which will be funded by public tax money which will be collected by the govt.  If there are ever any problems within the city the police will see to it the problem be solved and or amendments are made.   
  • 5. Laws
    • Include:
    • No stealing
    • - it is morally wrong and is unfair to the person who honestly worked for that money
    • All children (ages 3-18, unless specially permitted not to) must attend school
    • - so they can have a good education to be able to get a job and support society
    • No killing
    • - it is morally wrong and robs a family of one of their members which was undeserving of that family
    • No littering
    • - it is very unhealthy to the environment and could eventually kill a large amount of plants and wildlife
    • No drugs allowed (if not prescribed by a certified doctor)
    • - they can and will cause major health problems that could easily lead to the death of the person who uses or takes them
  • 6. Foreign Policy/Immigration
    • No immigrants will be let into our country. 
    • if immigrants are allowed in the country eventually the country will have a massive overpopulation problem
    • Can lead to problems with economy, society, government power, etc.
    • People wishing to settle in our country may, however, specially apply to the government. The government will decide if having the individual in the country will be beneficial. Few will be accepted.
  • 7. Economic Development
  • 8. Currency
    • People in our utopia will pay with money similar to the United States system of currency.
    • The only difference is that our money system will have no coins only paper money and the checking and banking system.
    • We will still have money lending and interest as well.
  • 9. Social classes
    • We would like everyone to earn their selves their own individual earnings.
    • This means there will be many different levels on the social class pyramid.
    • However every so often we will tax the wealthiest of our citizens more than usual and use the taxes to improve the life of the poorer to give them another chance in life.
  • 10. Resources
    • We will use trees for money not houses or paper.
    • We will have our education based on technology so we do not use paper (trees). We will use bricks and other materials not paper to build houses or any other objects that require wood.
    • We will also plant many plants and environmentally helpful materials.
    • In addition, we will spend some money on filtering the water from the ocean so we may drink some water. This increases drinking water for everyone and this is essential to our lives.
  • 11. Taxes/Services
    • We will have taxes for everyone except the poorest part of our economy so we will all have a chance to get to the same spot in our economic system.
    • Taxes will be charged for the amount of water, electricity and gases you use. Taxes will sponsor everything we need.
    • We will provide community composts, curbside recycling/trash collecting system, local police forces, a mailing system, sewage systems, roads, education and medical care.
  • 12. Religious Development
  • 13. Religion
    • In our utopia, there won’t be any established religion
    • Building off of the situation in which people of our society are ethical, and don’t need religion to be ethically motivated
    • Ethical: motivation is based on ideas of right and wrong
  • 14. Reasons
    • Wars/violent disagreements are shown to often occur due to religion (when there are multiple religions)
    • The problem with one religion is that it will slowly develop into multiple religions
    • Certain areas of science would develop more fully (in the case of the lack of some possible religious beliefs)
    (other than no need for motivation to be ethical)
  • 15. Evidence From History
    • Examples from history that show the war, disagreement, and lives cost due to religion and religious disagreements include:
    • The Crusades, the Thirty Years War, and the Reconquista
    • The crusades show this in that they were a series of wars between Christians and Muslims over the Holy Land. If these people had not been religious, they wouldn’t have waged war against each other. Also, the Holy Land wouldn’t have existed without religion, and therefore having no religion would eliminate a reason for war
  • 16. Disadvantages
    • Religion brings people together
    • Religion can help people get major accomplishments done
    • Religion can encourage people to behave more ethically
    • In our utopian society, people are ethical and don’t require religion
    • This may be accomplished by teaching ethics in schools
  • 17. Guidelines For Behavior
    • There will be well known guidelines for being a good person/proper etiquette
    • Will include: recycling, donating to organizations that benefit society, and giving to the poor/less fortunate
    • Also, citizens should know what they are voting for (be knowledgeable)
  • 18. Marriage Laws/Holidays
    • There will be freedom of marriage (same gender marriage allowed, no restrictions due to race, etc.)
    • 6 dates set for every year based on the 6 most important achievements as a society of people
    • It will be required that employers allow employees a vacation day on holidays (although they may work if they choose to)
  • 19. Daily Life
  • 20. Who will work?
    • People over 18 years of age
    • Every person who is permitted to work will be allowed to choose which jobs they will apply for
  • 21. Schools
    • Public schools will be provided for all children, with no charges
    • Taxes are paid towards the government and go into schools
    • All children must attend school from Kindergarten till 12 th grade
    • They are educated in mathematics, english, history, and science
  • 22. Music and Art In Schools
    • Music and art are thought to be very important topics that should be encouraged in schools
    • All public schools will be required to have music and art programs so children can learn to express themselves in other ways than academics
  • 23. Green Society
    • In schools, the children are taught how to reduce, reuse, and recycle
    • Recycling bins are required at every school
    • They are taught to reuse paper and plastic bags so there isn’t as much waste
  • 24. Living
    • Families will live together within towns and communities in houses whose size depends on the amount of money one chooses to spend on them
    • Who people choose to live with is up to the people
  • 25. E V E R L A N D Don’t you want to be a part of the perfect society?