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The Crucible Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (PG13 - 1996) challenges students to analyze this powerful film based on Arthur Miller's 1953 play. Explore the tragic events that result from groupthink, peer pressure and logical flaws. Ask students to think critically about the internal struggles that multiple characters face and think about the concept of justice as interpreted by Judge Thomas Danforth and the leaders of Salem, Massachusetts
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