One of the main school boys is Ralph. Initially, Ralph is one of the most well-liked, smart, and responsible people on the island, so they make him the leader. Various forces, such as talk of a beast and the tribe dissolving into chaos, compel him to change, lest he succumb to madness, savagery, or death. He emerges a completely different character than he was at the beginning.
Lord of the Flies: Ralph | Character Analysis | CliffsNotes
The citizens need to have checks and balances just like our branches of government. It all has to do with moderation. The second benchmark is Government Leaders are selected in Competitive Elections. This benchmark means to be in a democratic society, the people have to choose a leader or a representative to represent them and lead the people the way they want. It is the compete of finding the leader who will listen to the people and often times what the leader does for the community and the people will effect this competition. The third benchmark is Elections are free and fair.
Such is the attraction of power; he knows that those who sign over their souls will do so regardless of their consequences. Maurice A. So we ask ourselves, what are we humans? Close, close, close! Why things are the way they are?
Leadership is essential in a group of people, without it people become uncivilized. A strong person does not always make the best leader however, a great example of this is in the book Lord of the Flies. Jack is the strongest boy, but only focuses on one aspect of survival: food.