Orwells novel carries a well-founded warning about the powers of language. It shows how language can shape peoples sense of reality, how it can be used to conceal truths, and even how it can be used to manipulate history. Language is one of the key instruments of political dominations, the necessary and insidious means of the totalitarian control of reality (Rai, 122). While language in the traditional sense can expand horizons and improve our understanding of the world, Orwells novel demonstrates that language, when used in a maliciously political way, can just as easily become a plot against human consciousness (Rahv, 182).
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Under the law at the time, a newly appointed Cabinet Minister was obliged to seek re-election at a by-election; Churchill lost his seat but was soon back as a member for Dundee constituency . As President of the Board of Trade he joined newly appointed Chancellor Lloyd George in opposing First Lord of the Admiralty Reginald McKenna 's proposed huge expenditure for the construction of Navy dreadnought warships, and in supporting the Liberal reforms .  In 1908, he introduced the Trade Boards Act 1909 setting up the first minimum wages in Britain. 
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While in the Ministry of Love, O'Brien notes this weakness in Winston's mind and effectively removes it. Through painful physical torture, O'Brien first teaches Winston that the Party's perspective is the accurate perspective. Next, by threatening him with carnivorous rats, O'Brien breaks Winston's loyalty to Julia. In the last scene of the novel, Winston finally comes to love Big Brother, and his transition from split loyalties to a greater single loyalty to the Party is complete.