explain how the interest in power supercedes the interest in animal farm
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Lord Acton said it best when he said, "Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely." Although Old Major has wonderful intentions when he puts out the idea of animalism, Napoleon quickly sees that his own power trip is much more to his advantage than if he works for the good of all animals. This animal fable explains ways in which humans act and how they can be corrupted by the lure of power.
Supersede - watch your spelling - it is the only word in English which is spelled with -sede at the end.