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Trump and Administration ‘Alternative Facts’ Lead To High Sales Of George Orwell’s “1984”

George Orwell’s “1984” have been going up in sales after President Donald Trump and some aids in the White House have made incorrect and doubtful statements that may or may not be able to be proven, to the public.
 
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Published in 1949, “1849” tells of a dystopian society where truthful facts are distorted or suppressed to public knowledge. The classic dystopian novel of Orwell’s made it to the top of Amazon’s bestseller list on Tuesday evening.
 
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High sales volume for the dystopian tale became apparent after the Trump administration continued their insistence that Trump’s inauguration had the highest audience viewing, as well as his unproven claim that illegal votes, set in the millions, were casted against him.
 
Hannah Arendt’s “The Origins of Totalitarianism” also went up in sales.

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