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Corruption The Macbeth Story When people come into a postion of power where the definition of control becomes a new definition according to their point of view they unleash a feeling in their minds that what ever decision they make that directly conflicts the lives of other people they dont feel responsible Thats when npower corrupts the minds of people People in power feel that they can do anything when their in power for a long period of time Corruption is something that is motivated by greed and deception Its a very sinister personality that controls and destroys peoples live and makes them the kind of person other people dont want to associate with When a person is in power some situations occur when they can acquire anything lying bribing coning or stealing With these in mind anybody in power could become a powerful foe The reason why corruption has become a problem is because its fair to become greedy for more And soon it gets out of control and now you have a corrupted person who in order to change would have to step out of power and become a person who doesnt control Nothing can really be done to sustain it or avoid it if you take a corrupt person in power and replace a fair and just person Sooner or later they also become corrupt You just have to assume and hope the replacement will be a fair person In the tradgity Macbeth there are many examples of corruption When Macbeth became Thane of Cowdor his wife Lady Macbeth was very delighted to hear of such news And when hearing that Duncan the king would be coming to dinner at their castle gave her an idea that maybe they need a new king Macbeth This is a perfect example of corruption as soon as she became more powerful she was lusting for more As play carries on the corruption becomes greater
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