Fahrenheit 451

What are Beatty's views on the world around him?

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Beatty is an educated man. Ironically, in his view. the ignorance of the populace is an important thing for the general welfare and happiness of the people. It seems that his "view of the world" includes the existence of a totalitarian government.


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