“Harrison Bergeron” and “Good Day, Bad Tomorrow” are related because of their similar portrayal of extreme buerocratic control. In “Harrison Bergeron” an organization named “the United States Handicapper General” has a goal to “keep people...from taking unfair advantage of their brains”. In “Good Day, Bad Tomorrow” a “Political cult leads the day” a enforces the idea that “Thinking is a luxury” which is similar to the mental handicaps put onto intelligent people in “Harrison Bergeron”. Though these both have different underlying themes, “Harrison Bergeron” to express extreme equality and “Good Day, Bad Tomorrow” to emphasize a the corruptness and extremeness of a political party on a person’s everyday life. In the end, these two connect by their common displayal of a dystopian society that could come to be if some particular element of society is not changed. Similar elements found in today is the continued growth of government and its involvement in our everyday lives. Which brings into question on whether these dystopian elements can start to be found in our society and the reductions of traditional freedoms and liberties this will bring.