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In the third act, why is Mary Warren so quick to conform to the girls' accusations of Proctor as a witch?
She sees an opportunity for power.
She wants to please Danforth who is against Proctor.
She actually is not conforming but going out on her own against him.
She sees it as a way to avoid being accused herself.
She sees that Elizabeth has lied and thinks it will be easy to lie, as well.