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What if you get accused of being awitch Or someone in your family gets stoned to death It has happened before why cant it now In the playThe Crucibleby Arthur Miller innocent peopleare blamedby their own community for being in witch trials and then were hung for being witches On the other hand in the short story The Lottery by Shirley Jackson is about how yearly a community comes together and has a lottery Mr Summers the one who draws the names and other people are the ones thatare elected In the end one gets stoned to death Throughout the years some traditions have changed because of what others think of them The reason some people stand up for justice is because to the world about what they might think is good and bad Not only do they think about how their decision might change the world but also themselves and traditions The first reason why some people stand up for justice is like in this case John Proctor one of the characters in The Crucibleis the one who stood up for the people in his community As Proctor says in the play Because it is my name I cannot have another in my life Because I lie and sign myself to lies Because I am not worth the dust on the feet of them that hang I have given you my soul leave me my name 91 He is willing to give up his life and expect other people to do the same as him that way there is change He and three other women were the ones who were hung last They thought that giving up their lives would make the rest of the people know whatshould bechanged The second reason why people stand up for justice is because most or some people know it isnt right Whatever bad thing their doing and want to change the tradition In the short story
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