Who lost their jobs based on groundless accusations?
a:only those in the military
b:only those in government positions
c::no one; they were given a fair trial
d:people in the entertainment business, teachers, business, and military
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we need to know more information based on c is this regarding to some particular date and time in history?
did u read something before taking this?
Cause that would be helpful
its about some story about Senator McCarthy
mhh then its d mcarthy era is what they call it 9,500 people lost their jobs its D
r u lieing to me cuz u dont like me?
ye its DEF D and no bro i swear it, i wouldnt jeapordize ur grades im not cruel
Search MCcarthy Era it was pre-war years examples are like charlie chaplin who left in disgust due to this
I have to agree on D. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCarthyism
How did Arthur Miller make the connection between Salem and McCarthyism?
a:Both communities allowed bad things happen to good, innocent people.
b:Both communities allowed hysteria to be spread without proof of wrongdoing.
c:Arthur Miller, an innocent man, was accused and questioned before the House Committee—much like John Proctor.
d: Salem and McCarthyism both happened in America.
This is either going to be A or B for the simple fact that c arthur miller techincally wasnt an innocent man and D its dumb to ask that..... so i dont wanna give u a wrong answer
so enie menie mine mo?
i would go with A but thats me lol
I don't think A, simply because in history exams, they don't use words like "good" people. They tend to avoid picking sides. My guess would be B but then again I haven't studied this.
Also I found this:
The 1952 Arthur Miller play The Crucible used the Salem witch trials as a metaphor for McCarthyism, suggesting that the process of McCarthyism-style persecution can occur at any time or place. The play focused on the fact that once accused, a person had little chance of exoneration, given the irrational and circular reasoning of both the courts and the public. Miller later wrote: "The more I read into the Salem panic, the more it touched off corresponding images of common experiences in the fifties."
Thanks Jazy ;D
THERE YA GO Lol u can make an educate decision now