How are the pigs in Animal Farm good leaders? I'm using this information for a persuasive speech as my English assessment.

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The pigs are good leaders and positive role models towards the beginning of the novella because they are dedicated to expanding upon old Major's principles and developing the system of thought known as Animalism. Being the smartest animals on the farm, the pigs take it upon themselves to educate the other animals on the farm about the principles of Animalism while preparing them for the Rebellion. They hold midnight assemblies in the barn and persuade the other animals to unify together to challenge Mr. Jones. Following the Rebellion, the pigs organize the farm and develop a structured schedule for the animals to harvest the fields. The pigs also become literate and attempt to teach the other animals how to read and write. Snowball

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