Despite this, Cricks and Schwarzmantel still heavily focus on the importance of the state and governments whilst Leftwich advocates more encompassing views regarding the role of the state There was strict relationship between the amount of power Macbeth obtained and the corrupt acts he committed.
Napoleon became so corrupt in his actions he broke parts of the commandments to privilege himself and the other pigs. Corruption in Shakespeare's play Hamlet has infected Claudius, the brother of the old king Hamlet who kills him out of lust for power.
Madeline Lee, who is looking for the basis of American governmental power.
Also, that the more power that is acquired the more power hungry someone would become, and with this power they become more and more corrupt. After gaining power over his country, Scotland, the protagonist, Macbeth, experiences an internal battle as he fights between his ambition and conscience.
One little change here, one little change there is all it takes. However, giving someone absolute power will always corrupt some and that these people are always bad. There have also been those who stumbled into power blindly only to be dissatis fied and shunned because of a prophecy and fate.
Another great example of how power corrupts an individual is shown in the play, Macbeth written by William Shakespeare. Dystopian societies often include a shift in control and a hero who recognizes that this society is indeed corrupt What is Dystopian Literature?
Corruption is something that is motivated by greed and fraud