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What does O'Brien mean in the following quote:

By itself, he said, pain is not always enough…


O'Brien is convinced that some individuals have a high tolerance for pain, and this method of torture is not always affective on prisoners.


O'Brien feels like the pain inflicted on someone an individual is close to versus pain inflicted on the actual individual can be used as leverage for obtaining the information from the prisoner that they were initially refusing to offer.


O'Brien doesn't believe in inflicting physical pain on the prisoners; however, he enjoys the challenge of mentally destroying them.


Both Choices 'A' & 'B'


Both Choices 'A' & 'C'

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