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Jack influenced by his family is becoming more and more like his family His family is corrupted and when they lead Jack into their problems Jack as principled but also corruptible is gradually led into the world of corruption Samantha She steals and she thinks its all right as long as her family members do it its okay Anita She accepts gifts she didnt earn honorably At the beginning of the play before he was corrupted the thought of a member of the family stealing literally shocked him to death He questions himself Am I the only person who thinks it stealing is wrong pg24 He thinks bribing is so appalling he said Id never do that bribing Never pg19 Another element he thinks is horrible is blackmail He says You wont find me yielding to that sort of blackmail Hardly ever pg41To show evidence that he does become more and more enmeshed in the world of corruption he begins to think like a gangster in a mob by saying moneyto pay MrHoughCliffs my protection He now thinks and acts like a mobster since most triad leaders often have bodyguards By analyzing this quotation A bonus would be in order A cash bonus pg66 it seems like Jack is using money to solve his problems On pg80 he says Anitas got some friends wholl get rid of him The fact that he said he would get someone to kill somebody is already proof that as he gets more and more involved with his family he grows more and more corrupted At the beginning I never would have thought Jack would be the godfather to the family since he was the most righteous person Jacks line of morality shifts away from him as he continues to traffic with his familys business The boundaries have been reduced and there is no telling the limits that would be set This is because Jack had been improvising the
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