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… is from page 179 of Joseph Epstein’s May 1990 New Criterion essay “The big O: the reputation of George Orwell” as this essay is reprinted (and retitled as “Orwell”) in the 2018 collection of some of Epstein’s essays titled The Ideal of Culture: But Orwell’s anti-Communism grew not alone out of his historical experience – with his self-acclaimed talent for facing unpleasant facts – but also out of his exposure to intellectuals under political pressure. He repeatedly said that “the intellectuals are more totalitarian in outlook than the common people.” Comments

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… is from page 179 of Joseph Epstein’s May 1990 New Criterion essay “The big O: the reputation of George Orwell” as this essay is reprinted (and retitled as “Orwell”) in the 2018 collection of some of Epstein’s essays titled The Ideal of Culture:

Quotation of the Day…But Orwell’s anti-Communism grew not alone out of his historical experience – with his self-acclaimed talent for facing unpleasant facts – but also out of his exposure to intellectuals under political pressure. He repeatedly said that “the intellectuals are more totalitarian in outlook than the common people.”

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He is a professor of economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Previously, he was president of the Foundation for Economic Education.

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