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" The machine has got to be accepted, but it is probably better to accept it rather as one accepts a drug- that is, grudgingly and suspiciously. Like a drug, the machine is useful, dangerous, and habit forming. The oftener one surrenders to it the tighter its grip becomes. You have only to look about you at this moment to realize with what sinister speed the machine is getting us into its power."

By George Orwell

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