Corrupt Leaders In Macbeth

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Every leader has their distinguishing qualities that make them who they are. Any leader knows that a good aspect to obtain is the good of the people and trust of others. Without the backing of people to support their power and position, they will go nowhere and eventually lead into a lower life. Any leadership position can be corrupted at the hand of evil, mistrust, and unloyalty. When a leader doesn’t do good, it means the community won’t do well either and both will lose in the long run unless something has been done. One of Shakespeare’s famous plays, Macbeth, show a nobleman who eventually leans in toward becoming King, and finally killing to get to that spot. The main character, Macbeth, slowly begins corrupting over time. Assuming that anyone could be a threat to his throne, he…show more content…
If you go back far enough, and into the present, you will notice that every leader in world history has different morals and values, and things that corrupt them from the inside out, or possibly the other way around like Macbeth and the weird sister. One such leader that falls into the category of his unruly leadership traits, would be Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. Something similar that occurs between these two leaders is mistrust and ambition to get to where they want to be. Both of these men brought destruction surrounding their thrones and throwing out the people within, plucking them one by one. Well into hundreds of years of history, there was no one to notify them of their crimes. The peasants and soldiers had to do most of their dirty work for them, and suffered for it when time strung along. Put two and two together and you create a cruel, mistrusting, mischievous leader that can disown anyone with even a hint of wrong words peaking at the minds of those who subside to the leader's side. Leaders like Macbeth and Tsar Nicholas II have a dark side, but they only achieve greatness by committing

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