This exhibit tells about the progressive theme of Money leading to Power, which in then leads to corruption. This is prevalent in our last two stories, Life and Death of Cities by Jean Jacobs and Red Harvest by Dashiel Hammett. In both of these stories, the 3 main factors are money, power and corruption. In this exhibit, certain pieces will symbolize the money aspect of the stories and how it lead to distinct separation between classes. Other pieces will show the misconception of trust as everyone in Red Harvest was corrupt. Pieces will also show how Power is depicted in these stories and how the more money you attain, the more powerful one becomes; and how it's a prized possession. Some of these pieces overlap multiple themes, but in the end, hopefully you can gain a greater understanding of this combined theme through the telling of these pieces of art.