A Man For All Seasons

How do more's actions in the play disprove this?

In the first scene of the play, rich states "every man has his price"

how do mores actions throughout the play disprove this ?

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More is asked to agree to actions which violate his faith and his consience. He refuses to go along with enry VIII's request to divorce Cathrine of Aragon; he refuses to go along with anything that would violate his beliefs. He believes that if he does what the king asks, he will be eternally damed. He believes what he believes, right or wrong; he never changes hs belief no matter what character in the play asks him to change his belief.