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"Animal Farm"'s Relevence to Saddam Hussein

Summary: The power that the corrupt Saddam Hussein had over Iraq was similar to the power and corruption of the pigs who ran the farm in George Orwell's "Animal Farm," a novel that is an extended allegory of the Russian Revolution of 1917.
Various themes of George Orwell's Animal Farm, a novel based upon the Russian Revolution, are relevant in Modern Society. Power and Corruption, one of the main themes of Animal Farm, is a problem in modern day society. Let's Get Real About Iraq by Fareed Zakariz (Newsweek 2/26/01), relates to Animal Farm in the sense that it is flourished with specific examples of power and corruption in the modern world.

Let's Get Real About Iraq, states, "Bush should drop all but military sanctions - and treat Saddam as the second-rate thug he truly is." As the dictator of Iraq, Saddam Hussein holds power over Iraqis and nations worldwide. "The reality about Iraq: it is a medium-size oil country with a tattered army, important simply because it is located close to other oil countries and because it is ruled by a madman." Iraq's economy is centralized...

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