Imagine the ghost of Arthur Miller entering our humble classroom of C-15...Don't worry--he's not gory or scary or anything. He looks like a nice, old man. He's just here to warn us.
What specific warning or warnings would Miller whisper to us if he could? In other words, what social criticism does The Crucible have to offer? What are the Puritans' most pressing issues, and how can we avoid their fate? EXPLAIN YOUR THINKING USING AT LEAST ONE EXAMPLE FROM THE PLAY.
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