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Ralph and Jack both start out as good leaders taking care of their people. Ralph symbolizes civilization and Jack symbolizes savagery. Ralph gains leadership because of people respecting him and Jack gains leadership through fear. when things go bad Ralph stays civilized and Jack goes savage.

Also Ralph takes care of everyone and Jack only takes care of his friends.

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the leadership starts to change as Jack descends in savagery, Jack offers the boys meat and fun, things that Ralph cannot. In the middle of the book when Ralph calls the boys to a meeting, his waning influence is symbolized by his sitting in the shadow and the fading of the conch. The break into two tribes does not happen all at once. Jack calls for a re-vote for the role of chief, after no one votes for him and he is humiliated he runs off into the jungle, where he is later followed by his fellow hunters. The only bigguns left in Ralph's tribe are Simon, Piggy and SamEric. After simon is killed by jack's tribe during the feast Sameric and piggy are the only ones left with ralph. The Final shift of Power comes when piggy is killed and the conch, the symbol of order and civility, is shattered. Sameric is captured by Jack's hunter's and forced into his tribe. The next Day Jack begins the hunt for Ralph.

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Leadership is someone that has power and does what they think is best for everyone. There is many people that has leadership missions.

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Leadership is about a persons power and have they have to do to keep things going. Lord of the Flies is a book.

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