In chapter 3, how are Napoleon's taking away of the puppies and his emerging disagreements with Snowball connected?

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I think that both are significant because they represent the different approaches to the convergent desire to consolidate power.  Napoleon recognizes that the absence of Jones leaves a vacuum of power that the Pigs are eager to fill.  However, Napoleon sees past this and understands clearly that at some point, someone will have to assume full control of...

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