What are some details outlined by Old Major that should prevail after the rebellion in Animal Farm?

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Old Major discussed many crucial points that the animals should always remember even after they have rid themselves of the tyranny of man. He tells the animals that Man is the problem and without him, the animals could turn the farm into a paradise. The main details outlined by Old...

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Old Major discussed many crucial points that the animals should always remember even after they have rid themselves of the tyranny of man. He tells the animals that Man is the problem and without him, the animals could turn the farm into a paradise. The main details outlined by Old Major that should have prevailed after the rebellion and expulsion of mankind are that "all animals are equal". This is the basic fundamental belief of Old Major, equality. One of the other major points that Old Major makes in this speech is that the animals must make sure that after fighting and defeating man "we must never come to resemble him".  

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