An inspector calls

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What does Mr Birling represent?
Capitalist and a high business man
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The Working Class
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'Unsinkable,absolutely usinkable'
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'Now you've gone and upset the poor child'
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'Now you have brought us together, and perhaps we may look forward to the time crofts and Birlings stop competing and work together'
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'Man has to mind his own business and look after himself'
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'war is inevitable'
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The Working Class

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