Deported to Communist countries
Unable to continue working
Removed from power
Censured by the senate
Edward R. Murrow
Senator Joseph McCarthy
Representative Francis Walters
J. Edgar Hoover
Joseph McCarthy made reckless spying charges
Tennessee Williams was a foremost playwright
Miller was engaged to Marilyn Monroe
J. Edgar Hoover issues periodic bulletins
Communists believed in informants.
No one wanted to help McCarthy.
The public believed in privacy.
Murrow told people it was so.
Wanted to overthrow the United States government
Was curious about the Communist party's views on McCarthy
Thought that the party might be a good agent of change
Wanted to get ideas for how to make "The Crucible" mirror the Red Menace
He lacked sufficient information about the Salem trials.
He believed the subject lacked sufficient conflict for drama.
He really had no solid interest in the subject at first.
He was too rational to capture the wild irrationality.
Full of contrition
Open and honest
United States' spies in Communist countries who had received lists of party members
F.B.I. informants who had infiltrated the Community party
Community party membership lists that were public knowledge
All Communists' being required to register with the government
Suspicion of communism
Concern about witchcraft
Panic over the war
Manipulation of the media
His enemies plotting against him
The girls dancing and Tituba waving
Abigail drinking animal blood
Ruth Putnam talking with spirits
Her uncle, Reverend Parris, makes her nervous.
She is injured and feels pain when she sits.
Betty, her cousin, has put a spell on her.
She worries that she will become sick, too.
Find out about Barbados
Learn to dance in the forest
Speak to Ann's dead babies
Overcome childish behavior
Her habit of regularly attending church
The blood she drinks in the woods
The gossip she hears in the village
Her conversation with John Proctor
Bringing books with him to Salem
Teaching people how to recognize witches
Arguing with Parris about the Devil
Speaking to the villagers at church
All visitors must have
An elder deserves
An ill patient wants
A siblings commands
Revising an old plan
Supporting with evidence
Creating better choices
Planning with much thought
An obsession with fairness
A lack of understanding
The absence of order
The ability to lie easily