1984 Totalitarianism

Title: 1984 Totalitarianism
Category: /Law & Government/Government & Politics
Details: Words: 1337 | Pages: 5 (approximately 235 words/page)
1984 Totalitarianism
Democratic Illusion or Totalitarian Actuality In the classic novel, Nineteen Eighty-four, George Orwell describes a totalitarian society in which the government has complete control over its people through means such as the widespread use of propaganda and the unfathomable power of their leaders. In the context of this discussion “our world” will refer to North America. Our world is not far from becoming a totalitarian society because of the circumstances that make our realm similar …showed first 75 words of 1337 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1337 total…by the leaders we trust to enforce them, which clearly shows the governments hypocritical view of our rights. Our freedom only exists as an illusion, so our leaders can control us, this is the same as Oceania’s method of using propaganda to maintain stability in their country. The possibility that our world becomes totalitarian seems less fictional with each passing day, writers like George Orwell make us aware that this reality is coming true.

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