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Thursday, November 18, 2004 7:53 AM
Quote:Ah but politics is related to the show. Why do you think it was cancelled? It reflected a group of people fighting and struggling against a huge industrial-military complex. It was glorifying individuality and real morality, not the false morality of god and government. It is almost as if Firefly was written to be critical of our current society. The very people that benefit from this corrupt culture are the ones that are making all opur choices for us. They are the ones that get elected and the ones that run the major corporations. As Star Trek can be seen as a reflection of the Cold War, what context can Firefly be seen in?
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