What trait in Winston's character led him to oppose the Party, and later, to accept O'Brien's cure?

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Winston has no choice but to participate after he's arrested. He is brainwashed and tortured to the point that he becomes a shell of a man. All of his individuality is taken away from him, and he finally admits to loving Big Brother in the end.

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