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What is the purpose of the Party treating everyone as a collective identity rather than allowing them to individualize themselves?
The Party finds it easier to treat everyone equally providing the same opportunity for each of its citizens.
The Party refuses to create a society where one individual deems himself as better than another.
The Party adorns this type of treatment to prevent any thought of rebellious tendencies one citizen may have.
The Party treats everyone alike because they want to create a sanguine environment where no one has desire to do better than the leaders of the Party.
None of these choices suggest an appropriate reason for the Party treating its citizens in a collective manner.