Explain how Twelve Angry Men(reginald rose) depicts justice and the legal system in western society
Twelve Angry Men, by Reginald Rose focuses on an irreplaceable dimension of Western Society- the justice system. This system is comprised of democratic rights; responsibilities and beliefs, all epitomised by the characters who are found in the jury room. This jury represents a microcosm of society with its strengths and weaknesses reaching a verdict on a criminal case. In exploring this process, a great deal is revealed about our society and its values.
The jury in this play consists of a diverse range of people, each in his own way representing a facet of the Western World. No two men…
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