Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm Thesis

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Animal Farm Thesis

Summary: Essay explores why rulers must start education with the young in the novel "Animal Farm" by George Orwell.
Absolute rulers have to have subjects that are willing to follow them. They need the people to do what they want without question. It is easier to educate someone when they are young than to reeducate them when they are old. Education must start with the young.

Absolute rulers need to have people do what they want without question. The easiest way to do it is to teach them only what is needed. If subjects are able to think on their own they may come up with ideas that are against the government's. Keeping the people from thinking cannot start with adults. It has to start with children. If the children only know that the government is right they will not have another way of thinking. Therefore, they will grow up to be good, docile subjects. As long as children are taught to think the government is...

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