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There is no freedom for people depend on the Party in even remembering their childhood. Citizens have a very unclear memory of the past cause it is changed; the Party controls this and them. In 1984 no one is free, and no one wants to be free. Winstonís dignity and integrity is forgotten in 1984 with the help from Big Brother...
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In 1984 no one is free, and no one wants to be free. Winstonís dignity and integrity is forgotten in 1984 with the help from Big Brother. Dignity is the sate of being worthy of being honored or respected. Integrity is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles...
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