1984 Essay | Totialtarian Governments and 1984

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Totialtarian Governments and 1984

Summary: Analyzes the George Orwell novel, 1984. Explores the theme of totalitarianism and compares Orwell's plot to Fascism, Nazism, and Communism.
In the novel 1984, George Orwell shoes the world how things would have been if rulers such as Stalin, Hitler, and Mussolini had stayed in power. These men where the ruler's of our time they had used, Fascism, Nazism, and Communism (Stalin's version). The author, George Orwell shows us the corruption of these governments threw the eyes of a member of the outer party, Winston. He begins to realize how the government is corrupting and brainwashing the people. Totalitarianism is problematic because, in such a regime, the government must treat the citizens violently, limit their freedoms, and brainwash them.

Totalitarianism is problematic because, the government must brainwash them. For example, the party's motto is, " War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength"(p.7). These slogans all come from the idea of doublethink. (Double think is putting two contradicting ideas in to ones mind and the same time...

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