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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The main moral is "to avoid one evil one should take care not to fall into another"(the animals kicked the farmer out in hopes of a better life but became more miserable
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1. Open the "Farm Story" application on your phone. Log in using your user name and password. Wait for the game to load. 2. Click the "Store" button in the lower
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I don't know if it's about morals. But, George Orwell tried to convey that absolute power is the downfall of any society.
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I believe that the moral of the story is simply that
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