Antigone [by Sophocles]

What do Creon's actions and attitudes tell us about the role of governance and leadership in ancient Athens?

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This tells us that, as king, Creon has the right to make rash decisions even if his close advisors tell him not to. Creon is impulsive and ruled by his passions, yet is given the right to kill his own daughter.