Arthur Miller's Lasting Impact

In plays such as Death of a Salesman, All My Sons and The Crucible, Miller offered great entertainment mixed with pungent social criticism. He earned fame far beyond that accorded to most American playwrights. And he kept writing for more than six decades.

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