John Proctor seems to be the only voice of reason in the confusing end of Act II. What are 2 examples to support this idea?
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Answered by Aslan
John is willing to own up to lechery if Marry Warren tells the court all the girls are lying. He also tries to convince Hale that this is all hysteria and lies perpetrated by Abigail to achiever her own ends.