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In the book Animal Farm the animals showed a true example of the way that humans act and do things when they have power There are many lessons in the book that can help show what to and what not to do with power Another lesson it shows is what happens when power is abused The book also shows a clear idea of the fact that Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutelyLord Acton It shows a clear idea of how all the Communist Governments have been run and how power can change peopleThere are two main lessons that the book illustrates The first one is that there will never be a government where all people are exactly equal In the book the animals have a government set up and one of the commandments the animals have reads All Animals are Equallych1 By the end of the of the book after the pigs had taken over the farm the commandment was changed to All Animals are Equally but some are more equal then othersch10 So in the course of time all there will always be some that end up being or acting like they are better then the rest making it seem like some are more equal Another lesson that can be learned from this book is that if power is abused then all will be lost In animal farm Napoleon had all the power when he got rid of Snowball The power went to Napoleons head and he started to make a lot of bad choices He changed all the commandments so he could do the same things to the animals as the humans use to do So what happened to the farmer ended up happening to Napoleon and the rest of the pigs the animals revolted again and destroyed every thing that Napoleon hadThis book is also a good reminder many things For one it is a good reminder that people
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