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Consider the investment in life insurance that Big Walter makes before the beginning of the play, as well as the investment in the liquor store that Walter Lee makes during the play.
What theme does Hansberry develop based on these examples?
Conservative gains are better than large goals.
Taking a financial risk is usually worth the chance.
Hard work is seldom worth the effort.
Altruistic sacrifices are pointless gestures.
Money is not something people should spend time worrying about.