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In the 1940s and 50s in America, neighbors called out neighbors for beings Communists. The reputation of those people called out would be ruined ("Joseph R. McCarthy").
In Salem, neighbors accused their neighbors as witches in order to personally gain something. Those accused would be sent to jail and possibly hanged (Miller 46).
In both cases, once friendly neighbors called out each other, ruining their reputation or even ending their life.
In the 1940s and 50s, Americans feared Communism encroaching on America, paranoia ensued ("Joseph R. McCarthy").
Salem is established in the midst of evil since the forest was considered the land of the devil. Paranoia occurs when the people fear the forest and what inhabits it (Miller 5).
In both cases, the people inhabiting Salem and America feared a presence would overtake their livelihood.
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