In chapter 5 of Animal Farm, what do Snowball's and Napoleon's slogans reveal about their main focus and purpose?                  

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In Animal Farm, the animals have taken over Manor Farm and have valiantly defended their newly-named farm at the Battle of the Cowshed. However, there are already clear signs that the principles of Animalism are being manipulated to suit the pigs and Napoleon in particular.

In chapter 5, the struggle for leadership becomes more prominent as Snowball and Napoleon argue over everything and always want to outdo each other. The dispute over the building of the windmill intensifies and Snowball, recognizing the benefits to all the animals if there is a windmill, wants to generate power from the windmill to warm the stalls in the winter and run various machines from the electrical power a windmill would generate. The animals are...

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