8.7 Propaganda in Act 2.pdf - Kiley Caron An example of card-stacking propaganda would be Abigail’s character Since Elizabeth Proctor owns a poppet

8.7 Propaganda in Act 2.pdf - Kiley Caron An example of...

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Kiley Caron 11/5/19 An example of card-stacking propaganda would be Abigail’s character. Since Elizabeth Proctor owns a poppet, given to her by Mary, she must be responsible for Abigail’s supposed pain by sticking her in the stomach with a needle used with the “voodoo” doll. It is a propaganda
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Unformatted text preview: because it is rooted in the spreading of a rumor in hopes of making Elizabeth to seem as a witch, causing her both a lack of reputation and with her eventual death so that Abigail can get John Proctor all to herself....
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