Help me with 1984 assigment

During his final encounter with O’Brien, Winston argues that, if all else fails, the inherent nature of the individual—the “spirit of man”—is strong enough to undermine a society such as that created by The Party. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Is Winston’s belief applicable to the world we live in today? Can you cite examples in our own recent history that support or dismiss Winston’s belief in the resiliency and righteousness of the human spirit?

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