It’s good to find this kind of insight and intellect in anyone these days, but that it comes from a 14-year-old is pretty amazing.
Animal Farm vs. America
|In Animal Farm…||In America…|
|The animals establish protective rules (e.g., All animals are equal) That are very beneficial for a time, but are then subtly edited. (All animals are equal…but some are more equal than others).||The Constitution is put in effect. And fairly states than all men have rights to life, liberty and property. However, the rules subtly shift into: All Citizens (of America) have rights to life, liberty, and property.|
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…and on Dad’s original post: I suggested that my daughter read Animal Farm. A few days later I found this on my desk.