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Orwells book Animal Farm is full of satire This satire is Orwells way of communicating problems and resolutions The main message in Animal Farm is that power cannot be divided equally There will never be equality for all Once power is obtained it is always abused and power causes all to think as the leader does Equality does not exist for it is impossible for everyone to be equalThere will always be a leader and there will always be followers and they will never be equal A society in which all are equal will never exist because people will have different opinions on the way that the society should be run This arrangement would have worked well enough if it had not been for the disputes between Snowball and Napoleon These two disagreed at every point where disagreement was possibleSnowball and Napoleon are battling for control of the farm they both want to be the leader because they know that the leader has the most privileges The animals that are in charge the pigs do less work than the other animals All that year the animals worked like slaves The title of leader is highly sought after because the leader tells everyone what to do without actually having to work The pigs not only do less work but they receive more food Once again all the rations were reduced except those of the pigs and the dogs The fact that the pigs receive more food than the other harder working animals shows that the farm is full of inequality This type of governing is wrong and Orwell wants it to stop Less power should be given to the leader so that the leader and his followers can be more equal Once a group or an individual obtains power it is impossible to manage it correctly The leader will always take advantage of his power Power causes the leader to make decisions that will only better
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