The Crucible

according to miller, what affect does social disorder have on the people of Salem?

Lines 93-105



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No hint of such speculation appears on the court record, but social disorder in any age breeds such mystical suspicions, and when, as in Salem, wonders are brought forth from below the social surface, it is too much to expect people to hold back very long from laying on the victims with all the force of their frustrations.


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