The Crucible

Arthur Miller wrote The Crucuble in 1953 in response to the vitriolic anti-communist rhetoric of the McCarthy era.  It is a bitter comment on how intolerance and hysteria can devastate a community.  Fear is a potent weapon and it is sad that far from being a play that references the past, it remains a salient and pertinent voice for the present day.

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The Crucible

 

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