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Title: 1984-totaltarian
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Date: November 21, 2007
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Examples of this would be Newspeak, thought-crime, Big Brother, unperson and doublethink. All of which relate to the State's frightening power to alter reality. Possibly the most interesting of these is doublethink, defined as 'the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one's mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them'...
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This, of course, sounds ludicrous until one considers the fact that this is evident within modern politics. There are many parallels between 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' and other real-life examples. It has been said that it can be compared to both Stalinist Russia and National Socialist Germany...
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