Animal Farm

Animal Farm chapter 7

1.)why was it important for the animals to conceal their food shortages from the out side world?

2.)how was Napoleon able to convince the other animals hat snowball was a total traitor?

3.)which animal did napoleons dogs attack without warning?

4.)why was the slaughter of the animals who confessed to being traitors especially horrifying to The other animals 

5.)why did napoleon ban the "beasts of England "?

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Napoleon wanted to keep control over the information and propaganda released by the farm. He knew there was a food shortage but needed to keep the illusion that the endless animal labor was paying off. Sheep were carefully instructed to put out the message that they had overheard that rations were going to be increased. 

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