1984: The Party Has Many Slogans

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The Party displays its power over both the history of the world and over the citizens of Oceania's everyday life in many different ways. "Who controls the past," Orwell writes, "controls the future: who controls the present controls the past'" (23)...
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The Party shows its authority over humanity by changing the past, present, and future. It changes all documents in order to fit their needs. For instance, if the Party says that something never happened, then it never happened. All evidence of the event is destroyed...
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