"Death of a Salesman" and Canadian Capitalism
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This paper is centered on Miller's play "Death of a Salesman" of 1949 to underscore criticisms of the culture and mythology of capitalism that have again surfaced in Canadian economic policies especially since liberalization. The writer discusses that persons are raised to believe in a system of free markets that will Reward human initiative when, in fact, many human beings are expendable.
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