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what are the antecedents for the capitalized and bolded its in the passage below?

what are the antecedents for the capitalized and bolded its in the passage below?
 
There would be many crimes and errors which IT would be beyond his power to commit, simply because they were nameless and therefore unimaginable. And IT was to be foreseen that with the passage of time the distinguishing characteristics of Newspeak would become more and more pronounced — ITS words growing fewer and fewer, their meanings more and more rigid, and the chance of putting them to improper uses always diminishing.

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