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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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morale
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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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  • What is concerned here is not the morale of masses, whose attitude is unimportant so long as they are kept steadily at work, but the morale of the Party itself.
  • What is concerned here is not the morale of masses, whose attitude is unimportant so long as they are kept steadily at work, but the morale of the Party itself.
  • The sealed world in which he lives would be broken, and the fear, hatred, and self-righteousness on which his morale depends might evaporate.
  • As for the problem of overproduction, which has been latent in our society since the development of machine technique, it is solved by the device of continuous warfare (see Chapter III), which is also useful in keying up public morale to the necessary pitch.

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  • Troop morale improved after a warm meal and a good night’s sleep.
  • Her management style has been great for employee morale.

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