Government In Lord Of The Flies

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The Role of Government In the Lord of the Flies the role of government is very evident throughout the novel. The young boys were attacked by an enemy plane fighting in the war with England. Throughout the novel, government has a very important place with the boys as they decide what they will do. When the boys have found themselves in a place where there are no adults, no sense of structure, or anything they were remotely used to. William Golding presents the governments place in the book when at the beginning of the novel, they decide to vote (like in the legislative branch of our government) “Seems to me we ought to have a chief to decide things.”, Ralph says. At this point in the book I think that Golding wants to explain in

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