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Changes are a key factor in life and the play Inherit the Wind was a book of changes The largest change probably between the two main characters Matthew Harrison Brady and Henry Drummond who are lawyers who square off in a match of Faith against Science There are many similarities between the two They are both very kind towards one another and have a strong mutual respect There are also many differences Each lawyer took the case for his own reasons and they are looked at in two different lights Matthew Harrison Brady when he accepted the case was using it only as a stump for him to shout from Brady wants win the Presidency next time he runs He knows the outcome of this case could make a hero to millions of people if he wins or an overrated spokesman who cant convince 12 men that breaking the law is illegal He never really cared about the issues or what was at stake in the case just the publicity he would get when he won Drummond on the other hand was a man who realized what would follow if Brady won the case He realized it would allow the law to control a mans inalienable rights more importantly the right to think He realized the right to think is very much on trial here in that if he lost more similar cases would follow and man would become slave to himself Shield your eyes monk ForYoure about to meet the mightiest of your descendants A man who wears a cathedral for a cloak a church spire for a hat Brady was a demigod to the people of Hillsboro Not only was he a noble respected man whom they all thought should be President but he was also the artillery behind the prosecutions case willing to stand up against the moral injustices done unto the innocent children of Hillsboro Drummond the largest obstacle
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