1984: Summary

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The controlling intentions of the Party were reflected in how children were used to spy on their parents. The toys given to the children such as ear horns were used to listen in on the conversations of their parents. Through groups and activities that were provided , the children were actually taught how to spy and were given justification for this act...
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The toys given to the children such as ear horns were used to listen in on the conversations of their parents. Through groups and activities that were provided , the children were actually taught how to spy and were given justification for this act...
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1984---Summary Of Orwell's 1984   1984: The Party Has Many Slogans   Children Need Parents?? Care   do children owe their parents?   Parents Influence on CHildren   Parents Should Not Spank their Children   1984---summary Of Orwell's 1984   Parents and the Custody of Children   The Influences Parents Have On Their Children   Affects on Children of Divorced Parents   Parents and Children in Conflict   Children of parents with bipoar disorder   how parents cope with having children with disabilities   Should parents spank their children?   Children should not Use the Internet without their Parents' Supervision  
 
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