According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, this phrase means “sustenance and entertainment provided by government to appease public discontent.” Considering “The Hunger Games” is largely about the public’s discontent about a lack of government-provided food and a sadistic form of government-mandated entertainment, it probably wouldn’t be a huge stretch to say this phrase could be linked to the fictional nation’s name.
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