Abusive and Corrupt Leadership in Animal Farm

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Leadership in Animal Farm is presented as a power over those not possessing qualities of a leader, that when abused can be catastrophic for the corrupt leader’s community. A leader can help their followers reach goals and accomplish tasks that could never be achieved without their guidance. However, many leaders do not want to help their followers, merely use them to further their own goals and desires. These corrupt leaders are the focus of George Orwell’s novel, which demonstrates the effect a corrupt leader has on the people they control, and the situation in which they are placed. The novel displays leadership in its worst form, highlighting the corruption of those with power, the deception of followers without power, and the inequality between those in a leading position, and those who follow. Leadership takes on many forms, and the way leadership is used in the book varies greatly in style and execution. The novel’s take on leadership shows leaders using their power in different ways to control the people around them, and shows that some of the worst leadership tactics used c...

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