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The Crucible - Knowing that Arthur Miller himself was accused during the communist witch hunts of the 1950's and knowing he chose to have the protagonist, John Proctor, die at the end of his play, what point was Miller making about how the people of the 50's should react to the accusations being thrown at them?

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