Resistance In George Orwell's Animal Farm

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In Animal Farm by George Orwell, the animals’ resistance against the tyrannical pigs ultimately fails because Napoleon has the most power on the farm, has many loyal dogs by his side, and is not afraid to harm and/or kill animals who insubordinate. One example of this is when Napoleon cuts off all rations to the hens during their revolt, makes it punishable by death to feed them, and has his loyal dogs make sure these orders were carried out. While this is not a physical act, it still makes the hens eventually have to give up on the revolt that ended up killing nine hens. Another example of this is when Napoleon has his dogs brutally kill animals who have confessed to breaking laws or doing something unethical. Not only does this put an end