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Inner Party, Outer Party, & The Proles

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Sarah Kalick

on 23 May 2014

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Transcript of Inner Party, Outer Party, & The Proles

The Parties
“Proles and animals are free.” (I, 7, 72)
Quote 2
"In principle, membership in these three groups is not hereditary.” (II, 9, 208)
Quote 3
“…Weaklings are excluded from the Inner Party and that ambitious members of the Outer Party are made harmless by allowing them to rise.” (II, 9, 209)
Inner Party, Outer Party, & The Proles
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Quote 4
“Below Big Brother comes the Inner Party, its numbers limited to six millions, or something less than two percent of the population of Oceania. Below the Inner Party comes the Outer Party, which, if the Inner Party is described as the brain of the State, may be justly likened to the hands. Below that come the dumb masses whom we habitually refer to as 'the proles', numbering perhaps eighty-five percent of the population.” (II, 9, 208)
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“In the terms of our earlier classification, the proles are the Low, for the slave populations of the equatorial lands, who pass constantly from conqueror to conqueror, are not a permanent or necessary part of the structure.” (II, 9, 208)
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"[The Inner Party] can turn it off. We have that privilege.” (II, 8, 169)
Sarah Kalick, Josefa Osorio, and Megan Romanelli
Period 1
Inner Party
Outer Party
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