Animal Farm Essay | Propaganda For Control and Power in "Animal Farm"

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Propaganda For Control and Power in "Animal Farm"

Summary: In George Orwell's "Animal Farm," propaganda is an important tool used by Napolean to obtain and maintain power. This was accomplished by simplistic slogans, mixing lies with true, and fear tactics.
Propaganda helps you to gain control and power. In Animal Farm, by George Orwell, Napoleon used many tools of propaganda to gain power.

For example, the sheep perhaps were the most important tools of the novel. Snowball, the other pig who did not always agree with Napoleon. However, was a good speaker and could not easily gain the animals support with his speeches alone. So, Napoleon trained the sheep to interrupt Snowball with their favorite slogan of "four legs good, two legs bad" when he was making his speeches which made it hard to express his points to them. This shows that propaganda persuades people into believing half truths. In addition, Squealer was considered another important tool of the novel. Squealer mixed the truth with lies to confuse the animals and think Napoleon was right in banishing Snowball. "Do not imagine leadership...

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