What Is Wrong In The Crucible

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“…We have perfected our weapons”, as Pope Francis said in St. Peter’s Square, “our conscience has fallen asleep, and we have sharpened our ideas to justify ourselves as if it were normal we continue to sow destruction, pain, death. Violence and war lead only to death”, which is why it should not be our only answer to all conflicts. At the time brutality may seem right, but later on people will suffer major consequences as referenced by Abigail, who falsely accused many who were executed, forcing herself to flee the country. In Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, people are falsely accused for crimes they would never come commit, yet they are found guilty based on the words of a minor. War is an unnecessary form of violence especially when it comes to the environment of children because in countries like Syria, child refugees are lacking education that is necessary for them to survive. In Shakespeare’s play Macbeth, the title character had committed violence that he later regretted for all his actions were provoked through his anger. Violence should not have to solve every problem in our society for it is usually done mistakenly, harms children and their education all around the world, and causes guilt. Violence can occur because of the…show more content…
The death penalty should be put in place for the sole purpose of punishment for people such as Hitler for he was responsible for the killing of many men,women, and children. He is also the one who started a historically horrific atrocity, the Holocaust. If the criminals that commit severe crimes are penalized for their actions, other people that are thinking of committing similar crimes will think twice due to the consequences they might suffer. Violence is only justified in such cases since the death penalty is a requisite for those who cause major damage to society or have major capacity to harm innocent
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