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Which of the following is the primary reason why Pilkington doesn't help Napoleon to drive Frederick and his men off of Animal Farm?
He is afraid to face a group that large and well armed.
He has allied himself with Frederick against the animals.
He is irritated that Napoleon turns on him and doesn't sell him the timber.
He doesn't receive the pigeons' message in time.
He still can't stand the idea of a farm run by animals.