Feminism And The Crucible By Arthur Miller Essay

1103 Words Apr 28th, 2016 5 Pages
How is modern feminism represented in Arthur Millers, The Crucible? Feminism is seen in every community, and in all levels of society. Even back in the late 1600’s, all though not as prominent, it was still visible. Feminism is described as the the advocacy of women 's rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men. In The Crucible you can see that there is a bias towards women, because they are the ones who are claimed to be “witches” and are burned, and humiliated. In today 's world you can see that women are becoming more and more capable of doing a man’s job. Mrs. Hillary Clinton is currently the top candidate for the Democratic party. According to Huffington Post.com, Hilary is in the lead for the democratic race for president. With a 50.1% vote for her, she is beating out the male contender, Bernie Sanders at only 44.2%. Typically, women are not a very important part of politics, and even less, are they running for president. Mrs. Clinton could very easily become our next President, there for being the first women ever, to be President of the United States. Of all of the 44 Presidents, none has ever been a woman. The role of being a male President, was allocated when we unanimously elected George Washington into office, back in 1789. This set a precedent for all Presidents down the line. Hillary Clinton a huge inspiration to women everywhere. She shows that anyone can be whatever they want to be, even if that is the President of the United…

Related Documents