Book by:Dr. Suess, Tackk by: Hunter Bozelle
In the story "The Sneetches" by Dr.Seuss, the creatures the sneetches defined themselves by seeing if the have a star on their belly, those who do are called star-bellied sneetches. Those who do not are just the called non star-bellied sneetches or something of that sort. Until a sales person mixes everything up by turning the star-bellied sneetches into non star-bellied sneetches and the non star-bellied sneetches into star-bellied sneetches and in the end everything is mixed up and they do not remember who were star-bellied and who was not to begin with.
In the story "The Sneetches" the Star-bellied ones do not treat the non star-bellied sneetches with any respect. Which is pretty much a form of racism or discrimination.
The Star-bellied Sneetchs had said "we are the best sneetches on the beaches" meaning they believe that they are better than the non star-bellied sneetches. but in reality they are equal, which they learn in the end of a story.
The character Sylvester McMonkey McBean kept raising the price until the sneetches spent all their money. I think this may be something like the way the government would ask for donations or taxes for their projects and politics to be funded. this may be far fetched but this is what I think. he had said "I will make you, again, the best sneeches on the beaches" trying to get them to spend their money.
Dr.Seuss was actually a german immigrant during World War II and was poorly treated, so he wanted children to learn not to discriminate other people, as for my other implication I do not have any information about it