‘Snowball Would Have Made a Better Leader Than Napoleon.’ Do You Agree?

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‘Snowball would have made a better leader than Napoleon.’ Do you agree? ‘Animal Farm’ is a novel based on the Russian Revolution, about a group of animals wanting to rebel against man. Snowball a smart, fair and strong leader gets ruled over by Napoleon, an unfair and selfish leader. This was the first error in the rebellion. Snowball would have defiantly made a better leader than Napoleon. The reasons for this are that he educated the animals, had future economic plans and knew how to keep a fair and smart community. Overall Snowball was a better leader than Napoleon. He had the potential to the Rebellion going. Snowball showed lots of the attributes to a good leader. He was a good speaker and listener, fair, gave constructive…show more content…
He went against all the commandments that were set at the beginning of the rebellion by the Old Major and he became friends with the enemy. Napoleon was defiantly not a role model and didn’t have any or the qualities of a good leader. Animalism on Animal Farm would have definitely been more achievable if Snowball was in charge. Snowball had the qualities of an excellent leader. He had great plans and wanted what was best for the whole farm. He didn’t care about the power. All he wanted to do was rebel against man and make the animals lives better. His morals were good and people looked up to him. Although Napoleon had the ability to set tasks, organise things and run the farm it didn’t make him a leader, all it was, was power. Snowball was different. He wanted his followers, the other animals, to achieve their highest goals and complete the rebellion rather than just simply bossing people around. That’s leadership. Snowball had leadership. By Jess Miller

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