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If you have ever read Animal Farm you can relate to the frustration of seeing Napoleon takes over the farm You have seen the start of the story where they all seem equal and over time you see the pigs start to take control But when you get to the end it has completely turned into a dictatorship with Napoleon as the dictatorYou may relate to the ongoing frustration of why the whole farm is putting up with it Why no one breaks away and stands up against the rising dictatorBut we can also think about it in another way While we get stuck up in the fact Napoleon is the head and where the farm would be without him or the other pigs We sometimes do not realize or think about the fact of where Napoleon would be without the animals The story starts out on a farm and follows a very unique bunch of animals Starting with an inspiring speech the animals plot to take over the farm With the tension of the animals build up between Mr Jones the man running the farm They act on their plan and they attack After fighting the humans the animals are finally victorious Humans are out and the farm is now in the animals hand This is where the story really starts to take shape While the first couple of days everything seems great All the animals are happy and are glad of their devotion to the victory It is not long till we start to see the atmosphere change Conflict start to break out and some of the animals start to question their choices While this is happening though you see some leaders start to rise to the top Mostly these leaders are the pigs Snowball Squealer and Napoleon pretty much claim themselves as the leaders You first see the leadership skills of the three main pigs a couple nights after Old Major
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