Animal Farm

Animal Farm Chapters 7-10. I NEED ONLY EXAMPLES

The question is: "After the confessions and executions, Boxer says, "It must be due to some fault in ourselves." Do you afree that the animals are somehow to blame for the terrible way the rebellion has turned out? Why or why not? Cite specific examples from the text."

My answer is no. Can somebody please provide the examples why the animals are NOT the ones responsible for the outcome?

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Napoleon terrorizes these animals if they do not comply with his orders. The Hens are ordered to increase their egg production with fewer rations. The eggs, of course, go to the pigs along with the milk. The Hens revolt refusing to lay the eggs. Napoleon has many killed to serve as an example of what happens to dissenters. Check out chapter 8.