Which of the following quotes about the original leaders of the Revolution display the Party's immediate control over reality for their citizens?
"…a piece of evidence which existed no longer had once existed..."
"…everything faded into the mist… past was erased… the lie became the truth… they had suddenly been brought forth to incriminate themselves… confessed to intelligence with the enemy (Eurasia)… the confessions were lies…"
"…the confessions had been rewritten and rewritten until the original facts and dates no longer had the smallest significance."
"…Party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears… their most essential command…"
All of the choices describe the Party's control over reality when dealing with the leaders of the revolution.