George Orwell's, 1984?

Was the government, Big Brother, efficient or inefficient

Update:

can you also try to provide 3 reasons why it's efficient or inefficient. Thanks :)

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    Efficient for prosperity of the state, inefficient for prosperity of the people.

    This is the never ending imbalance between left and right(IMHO).

    Source(s): Read the book in 7th grade lol
  • 9 years ago

    Well, depends on how you look at it. But I would say it was efficient in keeping its policy and rules. Any citizen that disagreed was going to be found and captured by The Big brother sooner or later. I don't know if you finished the book, but while reading, you have the feeling that some of the characters will be able to defy the government, and in the end, the government wins. The big brother leaves no place for hope. And there are no exceptions. No citizen will disobey and live to tell it.

    Hope it helps! Not sure about the english; I'm not a native speaker.

    Source(s): I've read the book last year.
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