Certainly, there are times when death is the only answer. Many people decide that justice is for the taking, and do so in a great vengeance. Moreover, there are instances when homicide is the best route for a person. Agamemnon's death is one of those instances. It is very clear that two wrongs do make a right.
Clytaemnestra, Agamemnon's spouse and queen of Argos, has planned for her king's death for more than a decade.
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enforce justice on her child's killer. A man with such reckless abandon for the safety of his family should not be the head of an entire people. Clearly the only rational decision is to eliminate Agamemnon.
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