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Date: August 28, 1996
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The proles are lower in the hierarchy that rules Oceania. They are the people who do not have any power. Yet, Winston believes they would ruin the system because of their multiplicity: “If there is hope, wrote Winston, it lies in the proles” (72). On upper level are the members of the Ministries who actually exercise authority...
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On upper level are the members of the Ministries who actually exercise authority. The top is occupied by the members from the Party’s core - the ones that control the way power is exerted. They are the community who maintain Oceania to be in a state of constant poverty and perpetual war...
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