Question: English & Literature

How does the Crucible potray injustice?
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It clearly shows how a society can often assume the worst of all possible perspectives, and when a group have so narrow a perspective and not all of the demographics have any real power in a group, then disastrous consequences are sure to follow. We can clearly see this in the fact that women in this time period and in this place are viewed as little more than property and infants. They have no real power....except for when they claim they've been bewitched or know about witches/supernatural. Injustice is supported by the conditions bred in such an atmosphere.

MHood2 | 1576 days ago

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the crusible plays justice in many civilied manner such as the following pronoused.... many of wich came from how revand hale believed john procter and the storry of abigal. as time runs out,abigal goes to boston and becomes a prostitute 
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