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    Salem Witch Trials and the treatment of women and minorities

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    What did the Salem Witch Trials show about the treatment of women and minority segments of colonial society? Was this more of a religious or social issue?

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    I strongly maintain that the Salem Witch Trials show that the treatment of women and minority segments of colonial society was definitely unjust, unequal, and oppressed. To me, this is more of a religious issue first and foremost as religion then permeated to the social, civil, and other facets of society during this time. Since most of colonial society, especially Puritanical society, was governed ...

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    Salem Witch Trials are briefly evaluated in terms of the treatment of women and minority segments of colonial society.

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