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Stalin had a series of five-year plans designed to transform the Russian economy and turn Russia into a modern, fully industrialized nation. His government frequently reported out numbers that supposedly showed growth and improvement in every area, regardless of what was actually occurring.

Which of the following might best be said to symbolize Stalin's five-year plans?


Squealer's figures showing the increases in production on the farm


The changes made to the Seven Commandments to hide the pigs' moves away from Animalism


The dogs' public killings of animals who confessed to working with Snowball to sabotage the farm


The complicated chalk diagrams of the plans for building the windmill


The Sunday meetings where Napoleon would give the animals their orders for the week

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