Animal Farm

What conflicts does he/she deal with? How?

chapter 6-10 napoleon

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1) must justify the amount of food the animals are given (not enough) with the fact that they are prodicing more than ever.

2) Napoleon begins trade with humans; this is against everything the animals fought for.

3) He wants to get rid of Snowball (permanently, he's already been run off), so he blames him for the destruction of the windmill and pronounces a death sentence.