1984 War Is Peace

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War is Peace may seem inaccurate, but in the novel 1984, this was a slogan that was well-adapted to the lives of citizens living in Oceania. The party had created this slogan to show that war is something that is well-needed in a society. Many posters would be hung up stating that War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, and Ignorance is Strength, but the government had done this purposely to change the mindset of the citizens. War is Peace is an ironic slogan to the terrible society in Oceania. Oceania had been in war with Eurasia for a very long time now, and many kids grew up with the commotion of war. Kids were used to being spies and were taught to accuse people when doing something that opposes the government. For example, Winston bought things

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