Response To George Orwell's '1984'

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To begin, the suppression of privacy by technological invasions diminishes freedom. Others posit that it shows when the party slogan reads, “Who controls the past controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.” They think, proles, who are the middle class, should be kept in subjection; their thoughts should be controlled and kept in fear, but if not, then the beliefs need to be converted. The proletariat is satisfied with its misery and with no acknowledgment of its suppression. Otherwise, the population will not survive. Notwithstanding, the hope for the rebellion or government’s overthrow lies in the proles, which form a majority. Winston believes that the Party can be overthrown by the proletariat’s power. He and his helpmate

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