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They have failed to learn that those deviating from the norm should not be penalized. The puritans left England because they were persecuted because of their religion, and they wanted to go somewhere where they would be free to practice the religion of their choice. After finally making colonies in America, the Puritans adopted regulations much like their home country, penalizing those who dissented the central accepted religion.

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The Puritans have failed to learn that religious tolerance and acceptance of diverse beliefs are crucial for a harmonious society. By persecuting others in the past, they perpetuated cycles of intolerance and division rather than fostering understanding and cooperation among different groups.

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In The Crucible How had Puritans failed to learn from the persecution of their ancestors?

The Puritans in The Crucible were responsible for accusing, trying, and persecuting one another for witchcraft, and eventually torturing and killing several of the "guilty" individuals. They gave in to fear and uncertainty, rather than trying to understand their situation and respond to it appropriately. The irony in this is that the Puritans, when they originated in England, were persecuted by the established English church because they were different, and because they sought a religious purity "greater" than that of the English Catholics. For these reasons, they were seen as a threat to the established church in England and were also disliked because they seemed "superior" to the rest of the Christian population of England. Rather than remember how it felt to have been persecuted, attacked, and driven out of England in great numbers, the Puritans in the Crucible forgot how important it is to show mercy and understanding when they ruthlessly abused their fellows simply because of wild accusations.


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