How Does Napoleon Abuse His Power

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In the story of Animal Farm, Napoleon abuses his power to the point that he becomes a human. Some examples of this abuse are changing the seven commandments of Animalism for his own benefit. He also frightens the animals to control them in any way he can. These are only two examples of how he abused his power. Although he did many other tyrannical things, these stand out the most. Napoleon changes all of the commandments for his benefit. The very first one he changes is "No animal shall sleep in a bed." Almost after Snowball is gone, Napoleon starts sleeping in a bed, while changing the commandment to "No animal shall sleep in a bed with sheets" (Orwell 67) and explaining that it was always that way and that the stacks of hay that animals
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