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Corruption Production

Summary: George Orwell uses his novel Animal Farm to show how man's greed can lead to the corruption and destruction of good intentions, such as a communist government. Throughout the novel, Orwell satirizes many different places, characters, and events relating Animal Farm to the Russian Revolution with the objective of criticizing the idea of a communist, totalitarian government and those who inadvertently support it.
Is it not everyone's dream to live in a world where each person is equal? A world where no one is higher or lower than the man beside him? Karl Marx came up with a solution to the problem of inequality among the masses; he called it "communism." Although the idea of communism looks like a good solution on paper, it could never be implemented in real life because of man's intense greed and desire for power. If man sees power, man wants power. If man has power, man wants more power. In the words of Lord Acton, "Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely." George Orwell uses his novel Animal Farm to show how man's greed can lead to the corruption and destruction of good intentions, such as a communist government. Throughout the novel, Orwell satirizes many different places, characters, and events relating Animal Farm to...

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