What Is the Moral of the Story for Animal Farm?

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Power is authority and strength, which is any form of motive force or energy, ability to act, or control. When too much power is given, a dictatorship government can form, in which all decisions are made by one authority. In 'Animal Farm', George Orwell portrays how 'Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely'.
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