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Power is sometimes used as good and is sometimes used in corrupt ways Animal Farm shows many examples of power being used for wrong This novel by George Orwell uses the pigs whom represent Important people from the Russian revolution Some of these examples are Snowball who represents Leon Trotsky Napoleon who represents Joseph Stalin and Squealer who represents the Propaganda department on Lenins government One way the pigs are corrupt are that they use their superior knowledge to take advantage of the other animals they do this by changing the commandments to fit their personal needs and by using Squealer to change all of their wrong doings so that they seem right Another example of the pigs corruption of power is when they begin to adopt the ways of the humans that visit the farm The pigs do this by drinking alcohol walking on their hind legs and saying four legs good two legs better Even though some people use power for corrupt reasons power can be used for good One modern day example of power being used for good is Sammy Sosa of the Chicago Cubs Sammy is a superstar right fielder especially known for hitting home runs Sammy was born and currently resides in the Dominican Republic When hes not hitting home runs chances are hes devoting his time and money to helping the less fortunate or those whose homes were destroyed in a hurricane One way Sammy uses his power for good is being an all around positive role model He owns an organization called The Sammy Sosa Foundation which works to support children throughout the United states and the Dominican Republic He also devotes much of his time to the Wryler Childrens hospital PIP program in Chicago Sammys devotion to children is one way he uses his power for good Another way Sammy Sosa uses his power for good is by
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