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The Crucible: Did the Puritans Give Their Lives for Good Reasons?
Many innocent Puritans in Salem died after being falsely accused of witch craft. The Crucible explains the lives of those accused and why they chose to give their life to receive a place in heaven. Because of how strongly they followed their religion, they died for good reasons. When someone was convicted of being a witch, they had to face the court of law and either confess to something they didn't do or die. In confessing to a lie, the person was risking a loss of land and pride, but still they had saved their lives. In confessing to their "sins" the Puritan had to sign a piece of paper…
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