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One of the things that becomes quite clear by the end of the book is that the efforts at indoctrination have grown more and more successful with the younger animals.  They are willing to accept whatever is told to them and Squealer and his helpers have been incredibly successful in destroying any reminders of the previous rules or ideals of the animal society.

Because of this very serious and integrated effort, the idea of another rebellion is unlikely as the very possibility of it is eliminated from the mindset of the animals.

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Animal Farm

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