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We Fancy ourselves as hard-headed realists but we will buy anything we see advertised particularly on television and we buy it not with reference to the quality or the value of the product but directly as a result of the number of times we have heard it mentioned Before I respond to this I should tell the reader what this means in general John Steinback simply says that Americans follow the crowd If one American hears another about one thing and then he hears another American about that thing and then another and so on that one American will want to fit in the crowd and get that one thing He does this just so he can remain in sync with what society is doing and wont be left out I would agree with Steinback and I think in a similar way like Steinback that Americans want to fit in the crowd and when everyone does or gets one thing that one American will follow On of the reasons for this is the fear of isolation or the fear of becoming ignored from society A paradox is basically a statement that is false because it says two opposite things The Crucible runs with paradoxes in the play One paradox that stands out to me is from one of the highest authority figures in the play One that decides your fate from information gave to himher Judge Danforth is exactly what this paradox is about He is the judge He should seek truth and apply guilt or no guilt upon others But when Judge Danforth should do his job and help others one time in the play he fails to do so When about 9 people hanged for witchcraft Judge Danforth was told that the hangings must stop after facts and information were given to him about the teenage girls lying But Judge Danforth thought that stopping the hangings would not
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