Mass Hysteria In The Crucible By Arthur Miller

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Arthur Miller’s, The Crucible, is a play written in 1953 that exposes the mass hysteria occurring in salem, Massachusetts in 1692
During the play, people in the village were accused of doing witchcraft by people who either didn 't like them or wanted their land. Everyone in Salem walked in fear that someone would accuse them of being a witch. When one person accused you of being a witch, everyone agreed because no one wanted to also be accused of being a witch.
In October 2014 the popstar Kesha said her producer Dr. Luke alleged drugged and rapped her shorty after she turned eighteen. Since Kesha is a very well known and loved singer all of her family, fans,other famous friends backed her up by showing their love and support. Everyone turned against Dr. Luke; Since Adele, Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga all made public disclosures regarding this, it made more fans and other celebrities turn to the side of Kesha.
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Luke’s statement. In the play the Crucible the villagers didn 't want to hear the accused witches side either. How Lady Gaga, Adele and Taylor Swift all automatically choose the side of Kesha which made fans of all these pop stars go straight to her side, that also
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happened in the Crucible everyone went to the side or Abigail and the other girls.” 'It is so difficult for him to fight back when all of these huge stars like Adele and Taylor Swift are coming out in support of her”, says Gottwald all of these people would go to the more powerful side leaving the other opponent powerless. This concept is still happening every day with everyone, the more public ones with celebrities draw more attention and are more harsh and one
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