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    The Outer Party

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    anymore. The Outer Party struggle to keep their humanity as the totalitarian government is constantly dehumanizing the state of Oceania, such as Winston Smith. “Orwell witnessed this first-hand the atrocities committed during the Spanish Civil War and lived during the rise to power of dictators such as Hitler and Stalin” (Bauer 1). Winston is raised during the rise of the Party, and as the Party continually attempts to dehumanize Winston, he continues to fight against the Party until he eventually loses his last strength of humanity. In addition, Winston’s lover, Julia grew up with not knowing the standard of humanity due to the Party’s greed with power. The Party do not recognize…

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    1984 is a story where The Inter Party has total control over The Outer Party. The connection between if The Outer Party in 1984 has freedom or not is easily established in many ways that will be explained. Freedom is the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint. Easily it is shown that these citizens do not experience anything close to that. Clearly, the lack of personal freedom is evident throughout Orwell’s 1984 because it's being divided by the…

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    Oceania, post WWll. In the book there are three classes: The Inner Party, the Outer Party and the Proles. The Inner Party is only 2% of the population. They’re the rulers of Oceania who govern the city and are known as “The Party”. The Outer Party makes up 13% of the population. They’re the more educated members of society and are given jobs by the Inner Party. They’re considered the “middle class” and have strict rules applied to them. The Proles make up 85% of the population in Oceania. They…

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    A 39 year old man by the name of Winston Smith is a part of the Outer party. Oceania has three social classes: the Inner Party, the Outer Party, and the Proles. There are four ministries that the government is divided into: the Ministry of Truth, the Ministry of Peace, the Ministry of Love, and the Ministry of Plenty. Winston writes in his diary about what had occurred that day and his thoughts about it, but is afraid that the Thought Police will find the journal he is writing in. Winston hears…

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    three distinct groups, the inner party, the outer party, and the proles are extremely different. The inner party, the royalty of Oceania and the members who run the secrets of the government take the responsibility of ruling over the outer party and the proles. The differences between how the government treats the outer party and how they treat the proles are…

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    In Orwell’s 1984, the main character, Winston is placed into a dystopian world in which everyone is constrained by a secretive government, ruled by propaganda. This world has three major social groups, the proles, the outer party, and the inner party. In 1984, the outer party is represented as more of middle class citizens because they have been led to believe that they are superior to the proles, but they are inferior to the inner party. The outer party is represented with many details in the…

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    as animals, the Party alienates its members from the proles, controlling both groups. The Party members are unable to rebel without the help of proles, according to Winston, and the proles lack the organization and motivation to do so. Additionally, I focused on the Party slogan “Freedom is slavery.” When combined to the previous phrase, there is an apparent irony. Not only is the statement itself an oxymoron, but when applied to the previous statement, it implies that the proles are…

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    NASA

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    myriad of new and improved technologies that seamlessly integrate into society. Many inventions, such as polarized lenses and cordless tools, are everyday household items that have become a part of everyday life. However, at what point does the benign turn malignant? This recent influx of technology has imposed a dangerous situation in which many individuals have the potential to lose their employment by being replaced with seemingly more capable machines that are offspring from space program…

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    many astronauts and scientists into outer space. Almost half a century of exploration has helped in creating the abilities in medical and technology that are possessed today. Without the exploration of areas beyond our atmosphere, humanity would not have the luxuries and safe guards that it has today. Space exploration plays a key role in the functioning and well-being of society; therefore, private entities who are not associated with the government should not be allowed to have operations that…

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    time in 2018. SpaceX is also on the race for Mars. They recently launched their Falcon 9 rocket, which brought many satellites into orbit that Elon Musk hopes will fund SpaceX’s Mars missions. Unlike NASA, Elon Musk believes that humans can get to Mars as soon as 2024. The second question I had tackled exactly what the governments of the world are worried about when it comes to colonizing Mars. In 1967, The Outer Space Treaty was signed by many nations around the world. It stated…

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