Some consider this a cautionary tale. Others consider it a plan for our country. I’m really hoping that the next generation will start to eschew their taste for things that voluntarily give up their privacy, that empower a government to rule their lives, and that will bring us to a nanny state where we will be allowed to do only that which the overlords dictate.

Orwell’s classic ‘1984’ turns 70. Seventy years after its publication, George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel “1984” continues to fascinate readers, in particular youngsters growing up in a social media-dominated age of increasing angst.

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