give examples of peer presure, paying close attention to boxer and the sheep in the novel animal farm
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It seems to me that Boxer especially is subject to peer pressure in his interactions with Napoleon and his followers. Boxer's intense desire to be an integral part of a thriving community fits well with Napoleon's power-hungry interests, so he takes advantage of the situation and influences Boxer accordingly.
And this has to do with the sheep to?