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  • The Presidential Election Of 1984

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    The United States presidential election of 1984 was the 50th quadrennial presidential election. It was held on Tuesday, November 6, 1984. The presidential race was between the incumbent Republican candidate, President Ronald Reagan, and former Vice President Democratic candidate, Walter Mondale. Reagan was helped in the election by a strong economic recovery from the deep recession of 1981–1982. Reagan carried 49 of the 50 states, becoming only the second presidential candidate to do so after Richard

  • Analysis Of George Orwell 's 1984

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    Those familiar with George Orwell’s “1984” will recall that “Newspeak was designed not to extend but to diminish the range of thought.” I recently felt the weight of this Orwellian ethos when many of my students sent emails to inform me, and perhaps warn me, that my name appears on the Professor Watchlist, a new website created by a conservative youth group known as Turning Point USA. I could sense the gravity in those email messages, a sense of relaying what is to come. The Professor Watchlist’s

  • The Case of Malcolm Farley

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    apprehending a criminal they were after for a long time. The role of paint analysis in this case was enormous and to date it is one of the cases people refer to when discussing the relationship between forensic science and crime (Smith, 2005). In 1984, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire residents suffered sleepless nights with fear and terror in their homes. Armed burglaries, rape as well as indecent and uncouth sexual assaults became the order of the day. The residents barred their windows, the police

  • The 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots in India

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    The 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots in India The Anti-Sikh riots in the 1984 year of riots had been anything in particular. People are aggrieved when they hear of the incident and narrate stories of how runaway crime could have increased on Sikhs during the time. The main reason for the advent of the riots was the shooting down of Mrs. Indira Gandhi in morning of 31 October 1984. The riots had started off in the evening just after her morning death. The information of the riots was already taken by Giyani

  • The Christopher Wilder : The Beauty Queen Killer

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    bailed him out twice in Australia, he moved to the United States an embarked on a murder rampage. The recollections of past victims and reports made from the police and FBI piece together the journey, style, and malicious acts of Christopher Wilder in 1984. Born in 1945, Christopher Wilder, later named the Beauty Queen Killer went on a murder spree. He weaved cross country from Florida to California to New York, eventually dying at a gas station in New Hampshire on his way to Canada. Wilder came from

  • Comparison Of 1984 And 1984

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    “It really is as if he got hold of an early copy of the novel and used it as a blueprint.” The novel, 1984 by George Orwell, is a dystopian novel published in 1949. This novel is based in London, Oceania. This was Orwell’s prediction of what future societies would be like. North Korea is a country located in East Asia that is ruled by Kim Jong-Un. Kim Il-Sung set up the government they have now, around the same time as Orwell wrote his novel. Many similarities and differences are present between

  • 1984 Totalitarianism In 1984

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    The Flawed World of 1984 A dystopia is an imaginary place or state in which the condition of life is bad, as from deprivation, oppression, or terror. Referring to the definition, totalitarianism throughout 1984 demonstrates all elements of a dystopia. Big Brother instills fear in the minds of Oceanians to access all power and build their version of a utopia. Orwell faults the world of 1984 to show the protagonist, Winston Smith, is able to overcome all fears the Party instills in him and to

  • 1984

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    George Orwell 's 1984 is an exemplary work of dystopia. Although written in 1940s, 1984 is a vivid depiction of China during the Cultural Revolution and Soviet Union during the Elimination of Counterrevolutionaries. Dystopia came into being after the World War Ⅱ, when the world was at a loss about its future. Although the world was purged of fascism, personality cult and communist dictatorship arose to take its place.Dystopia is characterized by an authoritarian and totalitarian regime that oppresses

  • Similarities Between 1984 And 1984

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    1984 Essay Although modern society may not be a totalitarian society, 1984 reflects many of modern society’s circumstances. Such as psychological understanding, surveillance technology, and wealth distribution. As a result of this, the society of 1984 may not be as far off from today as would seem, from 1984 society's wealth to standard of living, both places share many similarities. Both 1984 and modern society has developed a deep psychological understanding. 1984 expressed this understanding

  • Similarities Between 1984 And 1984

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    There are many similarities between the government today and the government and Party as depicted in 1984. These similarities make the book more prominent today than it was when it first came out, back in 1949. 1984 has more relevance in the world now, especially in the United States because of new technology, threats from outside sources and countries, and propaganda usage. New technological advances have influenced and shaped our world more than anything else. They help us access an easy source