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Why are Mrs. Putnam and Mr. Putnam in the play, considering they are only seen in the first act?

A

They serve as foils to Hale.

B

They show how resentment is building against certain people in Salem.

C

They are there to agree with Rebecca's views on witchcraft.

D

They represent how those in power are influencing the accusations of witchcraft.

E

They are there so the audience can see how concerned parents view the bewitching of the children.

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