What is the immediate effect of discovering that the narrator speaks of himself in the first person plural?

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Equality 7-2521 begins the novel by writing in his journal. The effect of speaking of himself in the first-person plural, "we," allows us to discern that he doesn't see himself as having an individual identity. Lack of individuality would be the inference.