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Proctor's final decision to rip up his confession best fits the theme of power because
In his death, he has shifted the balance of power and the course of the trials.
He shows how powerful his will is as a character.
Danforth has lost the opportunity to convince the townspeople that the executions are just.
It shows Proctor's spirit will never be broken.
It comments on how Proctor's good name is more powerful to him than his love for Elizabeth.