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Michelle Connolly

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  1. May 20, 2020 Photo: Michelle Connolly surveys logging in the Inland Rainforest BC's minister of forests refers to forests as "feedstock." Why does he use an agricultural term to describe a forest? Go to story

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  2. BC's minister of forests refers to forests as "feedstock." Why does he use an agricultural term to describe a forest? A new logging road under construction in the Inland Rainforest (Photo by Taylor Roades) IN Nineteen Eighty-Four, George Orwell describes a dystopian society in which language is used to control people. In Orwell’s fictional world, vocabulary is constrained and new words are created in order to simplify and manipulate people’s understanding of the world around them. Orwell suggested that the well-known connection between language and worldview could
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