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on November 13, 2002
The Lorax is a political satire about the environment, written in the 60s at a time when America was becoming more aware of pollution. The book is expressing that the world is not going to change unless we do something about it. In the story a villain comes to a place filled with Truffula trees that the Brown Bar-ba-loots eat. The villain starts cutting down the trufflua tress to mass market Thneeds. All the Truffula trees were being cut down, leaving nothing for the Brown Bar-ba-loots to eat, so they had to find a new place where food was available. Dr. Seuss is explaining this is what is going to happen to our world unless we decide to change it now.
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