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Mind Control Methods in 1984

Summary: This essay shows the mind control methods that were used among the people in the utopia of George Orwell's, "1984."
Mind Control Methods of 1984 and Today.

Everyone wants more money. That's why people go to college to make more money. That's why people rob banks to get more money. That's why people do unethical business moves, to receive more money. We are living in a money-hungry society. People want more money because they know that money is power. This power allows us to change, shape and mold society into exactly what we want. This forming and shaping can make a society more productive which means more profitable. Yet, it is impossible to sit back and hope that a society will conform to what will make you rich. Every society, whether real or fiction, uses mind control methods, to get what they want.

In the book 1984, mind control is everywhere. In the country Oceania, conforming is important and being submissive is seen as good Winston, the main...

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