Written by legendary American playwright Arthur Miller, this was Miller's last attempt to write a commercially successful play. Inspired by true events, the play is about Joe Keller a man who is found guilty of knowingly shipping faulty airplane parts to the US military during WWII, which caused the death of 21 pilots. Keller is distraught with guilt and wants to convince himself that he did it all for the love of his family. Once he is found out he is shunned by his daughter and even his sons who once idolized him, begin to see him in a different light. As with many Miller plays, All My Sons expresses a deep criticism of the American dream and paints a devastating image of post-war American society.
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