Animal Farm

Capitalism everyone works to succeed

How is this shown in animal farm???

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One of the underlying themes in the story is the evils of Socialism. Orwell ,however, is subtler about critiquing Capitalism. Napoleon eventually begins to trade with humans. The animals work hard but are given little in return. Napoleon and his inner circle of pigs enjoy the profits. They drink, smoke, and live like titans of industry. In Chapter 10 Mr. Pilkington jokes about the similarities between humans and animals in business,

"If you have your lower animals to contend with," he said, "we have our lower classes!"