Millennium Approaches Themes

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Freedom and Consequence

Roy and Louis both take paths of freedom without bars. Roy takes money from clients and then tries to use his influence to prevent himself from being disbarred. He uses his influence unethically and illegally to get Ethel Rosenberg executed. He believes that the law is something living, to be used to get what he wants. In fact, he believes that he is above the law and even calls himself immortal. He believes that his power even prevents him from being gay, though he sleeps with men. He takes what he wants and wants to ignore consequences. He ignores justice. He decries the idea of a higher authority. However, Roy's belief in his own freedom without consequence is false. He contracts AIDS (as well as other venereal diseases) as a consequence of his behavior. He faces his own death and disbarment because he cannot truly have...

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