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Everyone Has The Right To Equality It has been said that all human beings need to be accepted and liked by others In the novel Flowers For Algernon the main character Charlie would have trouble agreeing with the statement above Being accepted and liked by others is especially hard in Charlies case He has disability and anyone who lives in this world knows it is near impossible to fit in and be accepted as a person when one has a disability Everyone has the right to equality Just because Charlie or anyone else like him has a problem does not make them any less of a person They have the right to live a life to their full potential because Charlie is not much different than you and I Although he may have a few differences he is still a human with a heart and feelings Someone with a disability cannot be held back from their maximum potential of achievement and goals Charlie has an operation done to him This operation is intended to make him more intelligent After a while of waiting the operation seems to be a success as Charlie becomes a lot smarter But no matter what he does he still cannot fit in Now that Charlie is smarter he soon realizes whenever he was laughing and having fun everyone was just laughing at him and not with him The two men who he works at the bakery with Joe Carp and Frank Reilly were two who made fun of Charlie every chance they could get Joe and Frank along with everyone else who worked at the bakery soon realized Charlie was getting more intelligent as he started moving up positions in the bakery Now they were angry with Charlie and he could still not fit in What I like about Charlie is all this time when having little to no friends he never seems to be
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