Anthem Paper

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Anthem


Removing the Stains From Society
The world's creatures have always yearned for a special peace that would allow all to
become equal. This peace may bring about a utopian world but reality may strike and send a
message of what life is really about. Some may think of life as a time to form justice and
equality amongst all yet, others think of life as a time to become a higher more
authoritative person that the rest of the world. The Residential Community at Beacon Hill
Friends House provides the sort of utopian community that many imagine achieving.
Everything is equal in a small world like this starting from the management of food to the
use of the VCR. The Residential Community at Beacon Hill Friends House has set a realistic
utopian society and has not yet corrupted the uniqueness of justice and equality amongst
the residents as in Anthem.

A utopian society is a form of society in which there is only equality and justice for
all. Many utopian societies are formed for means of shelter to those who form similar
opinions of how the world should work, some for educational purposes and others for a
spiritual communion. The Residential Community at Beacon Hill Friends House was formed "
To advance and foster the distinctive principles of the Religious Society of Friends, to
provide opportunities for the development of leadership for the Society, and especially to
establish and maintain a center where members of the Society and persons sympathetic to
its principles, including those pursuing programs of study at other educational
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