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Comparing Napoleon's rule with Stalin's dictatorship in the USSR. Comparing Napoleon's rule with Stalin's dictatorship in the USSR.

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Napoleon, like Stalin, reallly tries his best to create a totalitarian regime on the farm.  He wants complete control and achieves it through various strategies, like eliminating dissent, using fear to suppress and control his enemies, and controlling information, through his own style of propaganda.

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Another similarity is that like Stalin, who concluded a non-aggression pact with Nazi Germany, Napoleon makes a deal to sell timber to the animals' sworn enemies, the...

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