Freedom of Thought in "Inherit the Wind" by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E.Lee
In the play "Inherit the Wind", there is not much freedom of thought. If someone strays away from the common way of thinking, and expresses this thought of difference. They are looked down upon and considered a sinner and even persecuted for it. This happens to Bert when he decides to teach his students about Darwin's theory of evolution. The parents are outraged. They believe that anything that contradicts the Bible is evil. Anyone that would tell children people evolved from monkeys and not created by the Lord must be evil too.
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