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VICTORY CITY

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Sidney Brandon

on 7 November 2013

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Transcript of VICTORY CITY

Victory City
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VICTORY CITY
A true utopian society or not?
Description
Victory City is a city of the future. It has no pollution, no taxes, and no over-crowding. It will be operated by private enterprise alone. It will get rid of the problems in today's society. This city will offer new opportunities in living quarters and working conditions that are new and fresh.
Pros Cons
Free city services
Minimal risks of theft and crime
Reduced insurance costs
Less pollution
More natural resources
No traffic accidents
Would You Live Here?
We would not enjoy living in Victory City, due to its lack of transportation, law enforcement, entertainment, and good food. Since Victory City is operated by private enterprise alone, there would be an absence of government. The people would run the city, and control everyone's actions. This does not sound like a very organized or safe environment, because not everyone can get along with everyone.
Blueprint
NO AUTOMOTIVE TRANSPORTATION
Cafeteria food only
Close buildings
NO TELEVISION
Elimination of important community services (garbage trucks, police, fire station, etc.)
Elimination of majority of sewers
Operated by free enterprise alone (no government)
By: Darin Parker & Sidney Brandon
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