What is the theme in Alaska by James A. Michener?

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One of the biggest factors underlying the development of Alaska is greed. The big migration to Alaska came in response to the gold rush. The lure of fabulous wealth enticed many people to put up with the harsh environment. Many of their stayed on in Alaska and some became active in other businesses, like Tom Venn, who opened a branch store of Ross and Raglan.