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Government control - The Capitol’s cruelest mode of control is the annual Hunger Games, staged to remind citizens of the costs of rebelling against the government’s control. Every year, the Capitol forces two tributes from each of the nation’s twelve districts to participate. Tributes are brought to a pre-constructed arena where they battle to the death until only one of them remains alive and is declared the victor who will live for the rest of their life in luxury with more money than they could ever imagine. - The Gamekeepers constantly manipulate the rules, sending new trials and tribulations, from fire to water to “muttations,” reengineered mutant beasts determined to savagely kill off the tributes. - The controlling Capitol broadcasts the Hunger Games, mandatory watching for all citizens of Panem. - the Capitol is rich and the rest of the country is kept in abject poverty, where the poor battle to the death for the amusement of the rich. -
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