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From Herrick’s explanation that he allowed Hale into the jail because “Why, Mr. Parris command me, sir. I cannot deny him,” you can conclude that Herrick—
Danforth replies that postponement or pardons will cast doubt on the guilt of the 7 remaining prisoners and the 12 hung already. B)resents Parris's authority
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User: What is the most likely reason Danforth refuses to pardon Rebecca Nurse and John Proctor in the crucible?

User: From Herrick’s explanation that he allowed Hale into the jail because “Why, Mr. Parris command me, sir. I cannot deny him,” you can conclude that Herrick—

Weegy: Danforth replies that postponement or pardons will cast doubt on the guilt of the 7 remaining prisoners and the 12 hung already. B)resents Parris's authority
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User: in the crucible The main reason Parris asks the judge to postpone hanging Proctor and Rebecca Nurse is that he-

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in the crucible The main reason Parris asks the judge to postpone hanging Proctor and Rebecca Nurse is that he- a. believes they are innocent b. wants to wait until Abigail returns so she can view the hangings c.fears physical retaliation after they are hanged d. wants their cases to be examined
Weegy: C. Reverend Parris User: in the crucible Which character is most at peace with him- or herself at the end of Act Four? Weegy: At the very end of the act, [ John Proctor is seen to finally be at peace with himself because he knows “he have his goodness now” and is the ultimate tragic hero of the play. Proctor’s refusal to take part in ritual transfer of guilt that has dominated the play—the naming of other “witches”—separates him from rest of the accused. His unwillingness to sign his name to the confession results in part from his desire, not to dishonor his fellow prisoners’ decisions to stand firm. ] User: What reason does Danforth give to explain why he cannot pardon Rebecca Nurse and John Proctor? Answer a. It would be unjust because they were found guilty by the court. b. It would be unjust because others had been hanged for the same crime. c. It would undercut the authority of the court and legal system. d. It would reflect badly on his credibility and suggest he is weak. Weegy: Danforth cannot pardon Rebecca Nurse and John Proctor because : . b. It would be unjust because others had been hanged for the same crime. Danforth says,I cannot pardon these when twelve are already hanged for the same crime. It is not just." (More)
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