Tag: Brazil

Letters from the Editors Column

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If you are fond of dystopias, chances are you that you’ve come across the book by George Orwell called “1984”. In his work, Orwell describes a society that lives between ignorance, control and surveillance, all maintained by “the Party”. One of the main quotes of the book is the Party’s slogan that reads: “He who controls the past, controls the future: he who controls the present controls the past.” While this passage can be interpreted in different ways, it is also one that can illustrate the current state of journalism in Brazil.