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Civilization The way the children behaved in the later half of the novel was far from civilized They are easily convinced to go against their past way of life From the beginning of the novel the boys have trouble uniting There are several attempts at trying to run the island in a civilized manner but it all falls apart very quickly Humans are tempted quite a lot by their uncivilized nature Most of us know the difference between right and wrong need and desire It is strange that even though we are aware we are doing something wrong we still do it Almost always we seem to choose our desires over our needs At the end the boys are split up in to two tribes One symbolises good and the other evil the smaller one being the good and the larger one being the evil In a way the method they govern the island is like our normal society these days Everything is just happening much quicker than it does in real life Governments do get overthrown and there are always wars going on between humans Right at the start they democratically pick their leader They commit themselves to obey the leaders orders The system starts to collapse and the government in the end is overthrown Others take control and there is war between the two divided tribes It symbolises our supposedly perfect system At first the boys are happy with Ralph as their leader but in the end they are persuaded by Jack that he would make a better leader This is because Jack can fulfill their desires and Ralph cant Ralph wants what is better for them not what they want At the beginning everyone seems to understand that but is lead astray by Jack Leadership A leader requires charisma and confidence He needs also to have ambitions goals that he is willing to achieve In this
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