J. B. Priestley

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J.B.Priestley fought in WWI and was a radio newscaster during WWII. He witnessed both of these wars that were being fought in order to save society. We know that Priestley had very strong views about society and particularly about the fact that he felt that society should put more of an emphasis on a socialist belief, where people in the society work together and are treated fairly for the benefit of everyone. The play was his way of spreading this message to society.

Priestley was a socialist.

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