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Squealer and Napoleon's Propaganda in "Animal Farm"

Summary: The form of propaganda Squealer and Napolean used in "Animal Farm" by George Orwell includes everything from selected facts to absolute lies. These propaganda techniques trick the animals into believing all of Squealer and Napolean's statements and following their commands.
The form of Propaganda used in `Animal Farm' by George Orwell differs from selected facts to absolute lies. Most of these propaganda techniques are used by Squealer and Napoleon to trick the animals into believing, as well as undertaking, all the commands and statements they made to outclass and willingly control all the other animals. Furthermore, as this goes on; as simple lies turn to complex lies, Napoleon's "Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely."

Even from the start of the novel, Napoleon, along with the other pigs, has used convincing propaganda techniques to bend the rules so that they can live a more relaxing life. After Clover discovers the rule on the barn wall: "No animal shall sleep in a bed with sheets", Squealer makes a well timed entry and convinces them that there is nothing wrong with what they are doing...

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