McCarthyism Essay Topics

Critical Response to “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller

From its ominous opening, to its dad ending, “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller is a play driven by fear and desire, mirroring the McCarthy trials of the Communist hating 1950s. Though its set in 1692, the tone of the play and the themes of intolerance, hysteria, and ruined reputation were very prominently felt during 1953,… View Article

Arthur Miller’s The Crucible In connection to McCarthyism

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” History is a “chronological record of events.” These events, whether positive or tragic, often repeat themselves. The McCarthy Hearings that took place in the 1950’s are a good example of this. The accusations of communism led to a nation-wide hysteria and fear of who… View Article

Someone Will Always Suffer Because of Conflict

Someone Will Always Suffer Because of Conflict: Expository Practice SAC Conflict is inevitable, and constantly present in life. Whether it’s obvious and right in front of your face or hidden beneath a pile of lies someone will always suffer because of it. Although that being said, without it- would we truly understand the importance of… View Article