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THE UTOPIAN SOCIETY OF ERANE

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A project for Ms. Gladding's Accelerated English class.

A project for Ms. Gladding's Accelerated English class.

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  • 1. THE UTOPIAN SOCIETY OF ERANE CHAUNCIE YU JASPER MAK JUSTINE TO KRISTINA GUARDINO MAELIN ROSE
  • 2. GOVERNMENT
  • 3. GOVERNMENT
  • 4. GOVERNMENT  A governing body is elected to lead. This ensures that the people ruling the nation are worthy of what they do.  Voting is allowed for citizens from the ages twenty to sixty-five to make sure that the decisions made are accurate.  The government will monitor all Internet activity to keep the nation peaceful and prevent uprisings.  The system will be a bureaucracy with representatives that watch over areas of the nation and report conflicts and suggestions.  People over the age of sixty-five will be transported to a small state outside to prevent old ideas from being spread, and to keep the elderly off of the streets.  Keeping the elderly out of cars and off of the streets will ensure the safely of all the citizens and hopefully lower the death toll in our nation.
  • 5. HEALTHCARE
  • 6. HEALTHCARE  Anyone that has health problems is provided free healthcare. Doing so would solve any problems of people not being able to afford healthcare.  Hospitals will be available to anyone in need of medical assistance. Having a public hospital will ensure that everyone stays healthy and will help prevent the spread of diseases.
  • 7. CRIME/WAR
  • 8. CRIME/WAR  Citizens are given in a choice for their punishment.  A citizen will be able to choose between receiving time in prison or doing community service.  We will have a reward system for citizen who don’t commit crimes for certain amounts of time.  A citizen will receive vacation time away from work if he or she has followed the law for a certain amount of time.  The utopia will be politically isolated from the rest of the world, so that we don’t have to deal with conflicts and wars.  This will help ensure the keeping of mutual peace between our nation and the rest of the world.
  • 9. EDUCATION
  • 10. EDUCATION  Teachers  All teachers are monitored for the first few years of their teaching career.  This will ensure that the teachers are doing their jobs correctly.  This will also prevent the misuse of authority by teachers.  Rights to Education  Education is provided to everyone.  Everyone must receive an education.  For those that wish to continue learning, college is available to them at no cost.
  • 11. EDUCATION  Learning Environment/Options  Learning is taught both indoors and outdoors.  Learning in schools is based around enjoyment more than pressure.  Students have more options as to what courses they can take.  Starting from a young age, students have the option of choosing classes that suit their interest and benefit their knowledge at the same time.
  • 12. MONEY  There is so money. Instead, we have weekly distribution of food and other daily necessities.  People are allowed to request foods and other items.  Many factory productions will be cut to prevent the making of unnecessary items in our minimalist society and to help save the environment.
  • 13. PROPERTY/OWNERSHIP  Housing would depend on how many people are living with you.  The house would only have special features if they are required by an individual living with you.  A person is only allowed to own a pet if their lifestyle and him or herself is suitable for a pet.  A citizen would need to meet with an authorized officer prior to getting a dog.  A citizen will only be allowed to have a dog if they have met all requirement to being an adequate owner.
  • 14. PERSONAL FREEDOMS  Marriage:  Anyone over the age of 20 years is allowed to marry  Same sex marriage is allowed.  Children  Anyone can have children. (Unless the person has proven unfit to do so. i.e. She/he has committed a crime such as murder.)  Parents are allowed to have up to 4 children.  Gender Rights  Citizens may chose to be identified in any way they wish.  Citizens are allowed to dress and behave as whichever gender they want to be.
  • 15. PERSONAL FREEDOMS  Speech  Anyone is allowed to say how they feel about any topic.  The government will provide “suggestion boxes” for those who have complaints and suggestions that require the governments attention.  Everyone’s words and thoughts are taken into consideration when planning out new ideas to improve the country.
  • 16. EMPLOYMENT/INCOME  You get to do something you love; working at your dream occupation.  If you don’t have anything to do that you’ll enjoy, you stay in school.  You don’t get paid for working since money isn’t in our system.  When you retire, your earlier work efforts will be recognized, and you get better benefits.

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