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The media did not stand up to Senator McCarthy for fear of being dubbed a Communist ("Joseph R. McCarthy").
Townspeople in Salem are not willing to go against the court for fear of being accused of witchcraft (Miller 80).
Both the townspeople and the media allowed fear to control their actions. In these situations, fear is the underlying theme.
Arthur Miller refused to reveal the names of other Communists and his reputation was destroyed by doing so ("Miller, Kazan").
Giles Corey refuses to give the name of his informant, in order to keep him or her safe. Because of this, Corey was pressed to death (Miller 125).
In both circumstances, the person, or character, chose to protect their friends, which led to two different desolate situations.
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