Social project part 2

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  • How did the government respond to the war?
  • The government stopped the war by proposing a new idea, which was to convert into a collectivist society. This meant poorer people were to be treated the same as wealthier people. Everyone would then be able to access the same level of health care and education and the wealthier would not be granted with higher levels of living.
  • At first the government came to a realization that poor people did have a very poor and rough life style. They had to find a way to stop the war and figure out a system that created a classless society so everyone was equal.
  • Now that everyone has equal access to free health care and education, how is the city able to afford these luxuries?
  • The system balances itself out. We pay taxes and the government uses our money towards society's needs. This allows people save money by not having to pay thousands of dollars for health care and education. People then spend their money on what they want. Since we live in a collective society, everything is publically owned which means the government owns it. Money spent cycles back to the government, then cycles back to the whole society.
  • Butterville has a bright future ahead of them. The government knows the war was a thing of the past, and they will do everything they can in their power to ensure a stable, peaceful and collective society for decades to come. People are what make this city great and the fact that we can now all live happily together and all help contribute to the overall city, is what makes Butterville so great!
  • Yes, I am very happy to be apart of a collective society and live in this great city!
  • Would you say that was a very informative lesson on the city of Butterville?
  • The End
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