Arthur Miller On The Waterfront Short Story Summary

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4. What does the story of Elia Kazan and Arthur Miller tell us about the Cold War culture? How did these men speak through their work? What do On the Waterfront and The Crucible tell us about this period in American history? Fear of the communism and the atomic bomb was gigantic during the Cold War. The red scare of the communism had its stamp in America. It took over the lives of some many people where they would not no longer work or be friends again for years if they were associated with anything “red” or communist. The story of Kazan and Miller was about how friends separate over being labeled a communist and how each one dealt with the accusation and affliction with the communist activities or party. These 2 guys were very close

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