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In his autobiography, Timebends, Arthur Miller writes that “the real story” of the Salem witch trials is to be found in “the breaking of charity” within a human community. Write a brief essay explaining what you think Miller means by this interesting statement, and support your opinion with evidence from The Crucible. Conclude your essay with your reflection on whether “the breaking of charity” could destroy a community today.

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