…and who can forget Lillian Hellman’s ‘Watch on the Rhine’ (1941), that portrayed the HEROIC communist efforts in Germany as anti-Nazism and anti-fascism in what was really a street battle between the two for totalitarian control of the German nation.and they’re still paying the anti-fascism card to this very day, despite the record of Lenin, Stalin, et al. Anti-fascist. LOL!-FJ Horrowitz and Radosh have nothing but scorn for Hellman. That movie you mention was in the book along with Mission to Moscow. They do not seem to be shown that much even on TNT. Beak,Excellent post here! I sent a link for this to one of my students who acts. This particular student performed in a local-theatre production of The Crucible some time back but is a savvy students and wasn’t fooled by the ‘hidden message.’FJ,Great link! You always know where to go to get the info. I probably ought to join Googler’s Anonymous when I’m not skimmin’ from Wikipedia. Wish I could say I could always rely on the old noggin’.-FJ Just when I had thought I could put the useless drek of overrated hacks in a category marked ‘shit I had to read in high school’ I encountered having to read The Crucible in two university level philosophy classes and a political science course. I think the point of it all was that historically verifiable information doesn’t resonate with teachers as much as hallucinatory riffs shoehorned into ‘poignant’ allegories. Critically acclaimed dogshit! Dig for the peanut! Memory of Two Mondays was has always been a favorite of mine by Miller. Sort of a warmup for Daeth of a Salesman. The Randroids hated it. Source.