Leon Czolgosz

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  • Leadership In George Orwell's Animal Farm

    Leadership is a quality that some leaders do not have. Animal Farm, written by George Orwell, is a satirical book that compares a farm owner to the czar of Russia. Farmer Jones had once been a capable farmer, but in the aftermath of a very damaging lawsuit he becomes an alcoholic and became known for his harsh rule over the animals. Instigated by Old Major [the animals leader], the animals rebel by driving out Farmer Jones, his wife and his workers, and remove him from power, supposedly ending…

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  • Joseph Stalin's Biggest Mass Murderer

    Joseph Stalin, to put it simply, is the biggest mass murderer in the history of the world. He is plain evil, and that is what makes him so intriguing. From Stalin’s harsh adolescent years, to his crime ridden young adult years, and finally the years of his dictatorship, the life of Joseph Stalin is one for the books. Josef Vissarionovich Djugashvili was born on December 18, 1879 in the Russian occupied country of Georgia. The Djugashvili family was desperately poor. Josef’s father was a…

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  • The Role Of Deception In George Orwell's Animal Farm

    The novel Animal Farm written by George Orwell is uses subtle, creative and humorous ways to represent a real life event, the Russian Revolution. The genre of this book is fiction, politics and satire. Animal Farm starts off with the story of an old pig's dream about a non-existent utopia where all the animals on Manor Farm are free. After the old pig dies he still has his two disciple pigs, Napoleon and Snowball, to carry out the tasks in order for his dream to become a reality. Napoleon and…

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  • Napoleon Farm Speeches

    Comrades, how has life on the farm been without me? Thank you for accepting the hens’ request of sacrificing a few minutes of your sleep and giving me this opportunity to convey a message I feel so passionately about. As you all know, I was exiled from the farm a few months ago by Napoleon. You, comrades, are probably confused about that occurrence and you may have been told many things by Napoleon and Squealer. However, I am confident that you, comrades, understand that they are just lies.…

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  • How Does George Orwell Promote Corruption In Animal Farm

    when they do not obey the rules of Chivalry. Chaucer wrote about the truths of the church and he promoted change. “He’d fix up any marriage, giving each of his young women what he could afford her” (Allen et al. 150). Chaucer wrote about crisis in his society the way George Orwell wrote to promote change in his own society. In Animal Farm, Orwell realized the corruption taking place and saw the opportunity to speak the truth. Both authors used their characters to promote change and voice…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Conformity

    To Conform or Not to Conform? Conformity is a life that only leads to unhappiness and a voice that will not be heard. The sheep from Animal Farm chooses to conform through their slogans, while Christopher choose to continue writing a book he was told to discontinue. The sheep unknowingly followed everything the pigs told them to do while Christopher knowingly disobeyed his father. Conformity gives the person a choice to use their voice or be silenced, though both will cause a negative…

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  • Propaganda Summary After Snowwell's Animal Farm

    The purpose of my propaganda poster is to encourage the animals to rebuild the windmill after Snowball supposedly destroyed it. The goal is to get them to desire to rebuild their precious windmill despite the fact that all their laborious work had been wasted. The argument my poster is making is that the animals have worked for too many grueling hours to give up now. If Snowball did indeed demolish the windmill simply to get his revenge and make them suffer, then the animals cannot let him…

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  • Stalin's Revolution: How Lenin Overcame Trotsky

    with military leaders, such as generals in the Red Army. After the Bolsheviks won the civil war, they began expanding their revolution into other parts of Europe. Stalin’s actions during this revolution were subject to much criticism, including from Leon Trotsky, who had close personal ties with Lenin. This investigation will examine how Stalin, after Lenin’s death, overcame Trotsky; Lenin’s assumed successor, and took control of the Soviet Union. Lenin’s Retirement and Death: In 1918, an…

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  • Napoleon's Power In Animal Farm By George Orwell

    If you pay attention closely throughout the parts we have read so far in “Animal Farm,” many leaders are trying to manipulate others to follow them and trust their decisions over others. Two big example that have stood out more to me than others, is how Napoleon manipulated Squealer. (Pages 56-58) When Snowball was chased out of the farm, Squealer constantly backs up Napoleon's word. He was always telling other animals about his good ideas, but more importantly he was manipulated when he told…

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  • Animal Farm: An Allegory Symbolizing The Russian Revolution

    Imagine a world where everyone was equal. Although this may sound pleasing, unfortunately it is not possible. The book Animal Farm is an allegory symbolizing the Russian Revolution. In this book by George Orwell the mistreated animals of Mr. Jones’ farm rebel against him and take over the farm. The main goal of animal farm was for all animals to be equal, an impossible maxim to follow. Animal Farm was doomed to fail because it was against human nature, power corrupts societies, and Almost…

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