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How Did John Proctor Obtain Confessions In The Crucible

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In The crucible, by Arthur Miller, the protagonist reveals that the McCarthyism trials were making unfair allegations without the proper methods of the court by proving a reliable piece of evidence. Which cause the court wanting to obtain confessions from the people in prison as well as John Proctor in order for the people to not rebel against the trails because the people in the prisons were well respected in the community. Proctor chose not to confess to the court at first due to his name being important to him as well as it would have been a lie which would have made him to self condemning himself. But Proctor decides to confess his adultery with Abigail to prove the court that she was using his opportunity to accuse of his John Proctor's
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