Lord of the Flies Essay | Ralph: The Better Leader than Jack in "Lord of the Flies"

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Ralph: The Better Leader than Jack in "Lord of the Flies"

Summary: Ralph is a better leader than Jack in William Conrad's "Lord of the Flies" because of his democratic approach and civil manner. Unlike Jack, he doesn't want a savage society on the island.
Ralph makes a better leader in our world because he is democratic and lets the boys on the island voice their opinions about certain things that they wanted to be done on the island. He also is a better leader because he didn't turn into a savage for the whole time he was on the island. He also kept a positive attitude about getting rescued for the entire time he was on the island.

Ralph is a better leader because he is democratic and civil. He listens to what all the boys on the island had to say by making up the rule at meetings that only the person holding the conch could speak by saying " We can't have everyone talking at once. We'll have `hands up' like at school. Then I'll give him the conch."(Golding 33) When the...

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