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  • n. A group that aims to control what other people think.


Originally used in the first half of the twentieth century as an epithet for the TokkĊ, although it is arguable that its popularity in modern usage stems primarily from George Orwell's book Nineteen Eighty-Four. An organization responsible for monitoring all citizens and making sure they are not guilty of political dissent, or thoughtcrime. (Wiktionary)


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