Briefly for context, it is far more common in sf to imagine the future as a place where the powerful forever force their boot on the necks' of the powerless. I don't even have to list them, you all know these stories by name; they're often taught in English classes as saying something truthful about our future: a warning of the dark heart at the rotten core of human nature. Even if these fictional futures aren't run by post-apocalyptic warlords or fascistic empires, they're at the best immensely corrupt \"democracies\" (or overrun with malevolent amoral megacorporations) with out-of-touch bureaucrats making distant decisions at the expense of their free people, injustices often ignored, covered-up, or perpetrated.
Why is this valuable I think fiction has the potential to inspire us and can warp reality around it if enough people believe in it. I think a lot of sf assumes the worst in people, and people watch or read it, shake their heads in disappointment and disgust, and think \"humans truly are the real monsters.\" This in turn leads people to cynical inaction, or accepting the injustices of systems as natural. The Federation boldly proclaims the opposite; that people are mostly decent, and thoughtful, humane policies and systems can direct or embolden that decency. It in turn says something truthful about humanity that often gets overlooked; People are, for the most part, pretty good and try to do the right thing. This is mirrored in the antagonists; the \"enemies\" of the Federation tend to be systems full of individuals convinced they are doing the right thing.
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