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A series of agreements conducted by the Congress confirmed Missouri to be a slave state and Main to be a free state with a 36’30 parallel to be a dividing line between the slave South and free North (Civili War Trust 2014). The act that was signed 11 years after ... ... middle of paper ... ... War – Secession.” Last modified April 2014. http://americanhistory.about.com/od/civilwarmenu/a/civiloverview.htm Magnis, Nicholas E. 1999. “Thomas Jefferson and Slavery. An Analysis of His Racist Thinking as Revealed by His Writings and Political Behaviour.” Journal of Black Studies 29(4):491-509. Accessed 22 April, 2014. http://www.southalabama.edu/history/faculty/donald/jeffersonandslavery.pdf Miller Center.
In 1984 the journey of one individual, Winston Smith is narrated. His life characterizes the recklessness and deprivation of totalitarian... ... middle of paper ... ...ctive polices in place but don't want those actions used against them. What government has done is manipulated this fear, while 1984 helps those who welcomed over intrusive surveillance question this as another form of government manipulation to bolster government power over its citizens. Ultimately, common ideas found in the novel 1984, totalitarianism, surveillance, and lack of privacy are also ubiquitous in modern society and government. Big Brother and modern day government have been able to control its citizens through surveillance equipment, and fear all for a little more power.
Yevgeny Zamyatin’s We and George Orwell’s 1984 demonstrate totalitarianism in fictional countries. Totalitarianism is a system of government that is centralized, dictatorial, and requires complete subservience to the state. A totalitarian government manipulates human consciousness by the use of propaganda that implanted dogma, that is living with the results of the Benefactor’s perspectives and Big Brothers’ theories respectively as incontrovertibly true. This overall idea of mind control over the people evinces the millennial generation which believed that will take over the world. In point of fact, people nowadays have been technologically orchestrated by those contemporary theories used by mass media.
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