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Boxer would've wanted you to. Inherit his maxims!
This is a picture of Boxer that Napoleon decided to put up after his death. This would be an example of the "plain folk" type of propaganda. Then Squealer decided to put Boxer's maxims in the picture then add "Boxer would've wanted you to. Inherit his maxims!" as the header. This is an example of the "loaded words" propaganda. The animals would most likely try working harder after seeing this and believe everything Napoleon says. The animals aren't that bright and are very gullible. They would've gotten really sad seeing this picture and work harder thinking that they're doing it for Boxer.
Plain Folk (using ordinary people or trying to sound ordinary to sell something or persuade you to vote or support an idea) and Loaded Words (using words that have strong emotions)