The Crucible

How does John Hale show his disaproval?

"The Crucible" Act 3

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By the end of the story, Hale realizes how corrupt and ridiculous the process has become; he encourages Proctor to lie rather than go to his death for a crime he has not committed. He realizes that he will die for no good reason because the girls have obviously lied.