Who's Better Napoleon Or Snowball?

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Who is better Napoleon or snowball? In my essay I am gonna compare them together and see which one was a better leader. I am gonna tell you some examples from the book to see which one was the best. I believe snowball did a better job and he leads them to the victory of Cowshed. Napoleon is a person in the book, but he doesn't have some of the skills snowball has. Here's my compare and contrast for them to

Who is Snowball? Snowball is a pig who challenged Napoleon to control over animal farm. He believes in the happiness of his citizens. He would always put the farm first and try to achieve everyone's needs. He won the loyalty over the other animals and he won power. Snowball believes in happiness for all the animals. He is based on Leon

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