Amazon sales of George Orwell’s book “1984” have shot up exponentially since details were revealed about the National Security Agency’s phone and surveillance.
The centennial edition of the book, first published in 1949, are up 7,000 percent this month.
The work, widely considered one of the all-time best novels, is set in a world with widespread government surveillance.
Sales of '1984' way up after NSA surveillance leak
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