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Jack overcomes Ralph's control through the use of fear. The boys are extremely paranoid about the beast, especially after Samneric see the parachutist on the mountain and mistake it for a horrible creature. Jack uses his prowess as a hunter to bring the other boys over to his side; he convinces them that as a hunter, he will be able to stalk and kill the beast. Since Ralph has little to no skill at hunting, Jack draws attention to himself as being both a better protector and provider than Ralph.
In chapter eight, Jack leaves the tribe in a sulky fit but quickly rallies the older boys who enjoy hunting to his side; Jack seizes power through fear and manipulation.
Jack uses the very basic human instinct to take control of the boys; "fear". the little children are afraid of the beistie , and jack uses it, he scares them more, he pushes them around. so the kids feel like they need Jack to avoid the monster that they created in their minds.
also.. Jack wanted to hunt and do fun things rather than tending to the fire so more wanted to listen to him.
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