Why Arthur Miller Wrote The Crucible
00:00 - 03:58
3m 58s
This clip gives a brief summary of The Crucible and how Arthur Miller wrote the story in response to McCarthyism in the 1950s.
This clip contains profanity at the following moments: 01:33 - 01:33 , 03:19 - 03:19


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