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  • Socialism
    • beliefs represented by Inspector Goole
    • proposes the idea of living together as a community, all looking out for and protecting each other
    • as they are views portrayed by the inspector, gives suggestion that they are well-informed, serious and important
    • younger characters come to share these views
    • set of beliefs portrayed favourably in the play
    • views of J.B. Priestley
    • "we don't live alone. we are members of one body. we are responsible for each other" page 56
    • "it isn't a free country if you can't go and work somewhere else" page 15
    • "but these girls aren't cheap labour- they're people!" page 19
    • "it would do us all a bit of good if sometimes we tries to put ourselves in the place of these young women" page 20


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