Monotonicity of entailment

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    According to Ursula K. Le Guin, “The desire for power feeds off itself, growing as it devours.” Throughout history, the desire of power leaves behind a destructive mark, through wars, betrayals and deaths. This stays consistent in William Golding’s “Lord of the Flies”; a story of young boys who are stuck on an island after a plane crash. . Jack Merridew, the head boy of his school, slowly reveals his evil nature while trying to take over the tribe. Throughout the book, his humanity enervates, while

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