Utopia is an ideal society where in the government, laws, and social settings is picture perfect. Sir Thomas More during the 16th century invented this idea. And up to this day, it is still a very intriguing issue, whether or not a dream society can come true. Many great politicians and leaders have been distinguished throughout history yet none of them were able to find the perfect equation or solution to be able to establish
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