Some animals are more equal than others

Orwell’s “Animal Farm” and the U.S.A. – a comparison

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.

A 14-year-old girl’s take on America (the U.S.) compared to George Orwell’s “Animal Farm”

Animal Farm vs. America
a comparison

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.

See more on Policy Mic: A 14-Year-Old Girl’s Analysis Of ‘Animal Farm’ Everyone Should Read

…and on Dad’s original post: I suggested that my daughter read Animal Farm. A few days later I found this on my desk.

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