Animal Farm

How does Orwell compare Animal farm under Napoleon's leadership, to its exploited state under Farmer Jones's rule? What attitude about totalitarian government do you think Orwell conveys?

- from Animal Farm

- Chapters 5-7

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Really Animal farm under Napoleon is worse than under farmer Jones. At least farmer Jones was a human and the animals, pigs and all the rest, were in the same predicament. With Jones, the animals knew what to expect. With Napoleon they were under a constant state of terror. This is how Orwell describes totalitarian states. People must continually live under a state of terror and fear for the state to retain power.

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