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Tarred with the same Big Brother brush

By November 29, 2007

At the climax of his classic work, Nineteen Eighty-Four, George Orwell condemns his fictional hero, Winston Smith, to a terrifying spell inside a cell with the object of his deepest fear. As heavy scenarios go, that doesn’t sound too far removed from how critics of the University of Delaware described its diversity training educational program (or ‘the Class of 1984’ as others were calling it)... Download file "Tarred with the same Big Brother brush"

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