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Animal Farm Expulsion of Snowball Anthony Bernstein Kill em all kill em A man falls to the floor bleeding Another falls and later yet another News Reporter Today a man by the name of has committed suicide after butchering two men in a deserted house All three men are known as common criminals and have provoked the public to accompany them in their offensive position All of their followers are forgiven and are praised for not taking serious action while these men were still alive We will have more information on the matter as soon as possible Back to you Is there a difference between what the book is considering about Snowball and what you have just read Has he truly done anything sinful Lets take a look at what has happened and why The leadership of this in a sense country is being separated into two different parties Snowballs and Napoleons Both leaders desire power and have there own ways of gaining it In this case there is a large debate as to whether or not a windmill should be built and the animals have parted into the two parties In his vie for power Napoleon trained puppies and during a debate where more than a large potion of the majority had switched over to Snowballs side set dogs on him and chased him out of the farm Later his faithful Propaganda Machine Squealer had gone out to tell the public that Snowball was evil and Napoleon made a sacrifice by making himself leader There is a difference between ruling people through fear and ruling people through respect and yet people get tired of both If a person has ever ruled too long through fear the public will turn on him and have a revolt if out of respect they will take advantage of his respect and use it for their well-being and not for the
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