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Fosterthepeople

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What principal idea about people does the story "Harrison Bergeron" convey? (Points : 5) Great art belongs to the few who can create it. Only a few people have the talent to become professional artists. The goal of equal rights for all should not erase the varying talents and abilities of individuals. The government must invest in the efforts in artists and musicians.

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  1. Pac1f1cIslander
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    The goal of equal rights for all should not erase the varying talents and abilities of individuals.

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    I'm signing off, good luck :)

  3. Fosterthepeople
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    thanks man for all the help

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