The Crucible Essay | Conflicts in "The Crucible"

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Conflicts in "The Crucible"

Summary: A paper discussing the conflicts in "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller.
There are many different conflicts in the play. However, Abigail Williams creates the key conflict throughout the play as well as stirring up some minor conflicts.

In the beginning there is only one or two instances where Abigail lies. For example, she made up the story about what happened with Tituba at night in the woods. But as she saw her power over the people emerge, she found it difficult to stop herself. In history class we learned about the fugitive slave act. In the Fugitive Slave Act, they began to setup courts to decide whether a black man should be allowed to stay in the north or whether he should be sent back to the south. Judges were paid $10 for every black they sent to the south and only $5 for every black allowed to stay in the north. Not surprisingly, many blacks were unjustly sent...

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