Little Boxes and Harrison Bergeron are similar because in both communities there is a lack of individualism and people do not disobey the government or act differently than any one else. In Little Boxes, Malvina Reynolds describe how people “are put in boxes And they come out all the same”. Every person in that community acts, thinks, and feels the exact same. In Harrison Bergeron, citizens “were equal every which way”. Citizens are trapped into being equal by the government and have no way of escaping the box.