The Crucible

Danforth beleieves that he is living in a "sharp time" in which good and bad are not "mixed" in people, but are easily distinguishable.

do you agree with his viewpoint? why or why not?

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Danforth is a product of Puritan paranoia. He wants to be seen as a legitimate expert on matters of witchery. His very job and stature in society is dependant on him being able to decipher witchcraft in a person even though there is no such thing.