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  • "Figure 1-Understand the procedure now? just stop a few of their machines and radios and telephones and lawn mowers...throw them into darkness for a few hour. and then you just sit back and watch the pattern. Figure 2- And this pattern is always the same? Figure 1- With few variations. They pick the most dangerous they can find... and it's themselves. And all we need to do is sit back... and watch."
  • It was Charlie!
  • No, It's Tommy, he's the alien!
  • The alien is Steve!
  • The alien is Steve!
  • The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street: Theme: Mankind is it´s own worst enemy.
  • "Figure 2- Then I take it this place...this Maple Street...is not unique. Figure 1- by no means. Their world is full of Maple Streets. And we'll go from one to the otherand let them destroy themselves."
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  • Their world is full of Maple Streets. And we'll go from one to the other and let them destroy each other.
  • "Narrator's Voice- The tools of conquest do not necessarily come with bombs and explosions and fallout. There are weapons that are simply thoughts, attitudes, and prejudices- to be found only in the minds of men."
  • Maple Street
  • This piece of evidence shows that 'mankind is it's own worst enemy' because the aliens did little to cause the fate of Maple Street, they just showed that us ourselves are the real monsters. Although some might say that the aliens are the monsters of this story, the aliens almost had nothing to do with the violence. They merely let the people express what they really thought of each other. They just helped us realize, that there is no bigger monster than ourselves.
  • It can be anywhere that places like "Maple Street" turn on each other. Each one is different... yet the same. Mistrust and suspicion are spread everywhere so there is not a single place that can't be called a "Maple Street" because when in fear, people think of all the bad, and from that bad...rises suspicion.
  • This explains that even thoughts, attitude, and prejudices have the ability to turn one against another. It just takes a single thought, one moment of suspicion, to ruin a persons trust, a persons trust that can be fixed, but will always be remembered.
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