What does Jack tell the boys about Ralph, and why? What are his arguments in opposition of Ralph as chief?
At the beginning of chapter 8, Jack gets offended by a comment Ralph makes about his band of hunters and proceeds to blow into the conch to call an assembly. Once the boys gather, Jack informs them that Ralph said they were "no good" and called them cowards. Jack proceeds to say that Ralph is like Piggy and is not a proper chief. He goes on to tell the boys that at the top of the mountain, Ralph acted like a...
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