Twelve Angry Men

What are the motifs in Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose?

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Racism is a motif that rears its ugly head a few times in this play. The boy on trial is Hispanic and some of the jurors, like juror#10, consider this a reason to find him guilty.

Most of 'em, it's like they have no feelings! They can do anything!