thoughts or beliefs. Company Credits, production Co: Vincent Pictures, Robert Papazian Productions, David Greene Productions See more » Show more on IMDbPro » Technical Specs Runtime: 96 min Sound Mix: Mono Color: Color Aspect Ratio:.33 : 1 See full technical specs » Edit Did You Know? During this period, people stopped expressing their thoughts, beliefs, or ideas, afraid they would lose their livelihood or worse. Although it's suggested that he might be contemplating a run in the next election, which would have the Constitution and Slavery been in 1928, it's highly unlikely. Edit, storyline, a teacher has taught about evolution in a small town in Tennessee. Even though Drummond is referring to the evolutionist/fundamentalist conflict. She has no counterpart in the Scopes trial. The audience is first introduced to Rachel as she visits Cates in jail. At the conclusion of the play, Drummond walks off with both a Bible and a copy of Darwin's.
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By testifying, Rachel betrays Cates. Is a greater monument than a cathedral." The authors believe people need to be shaken up, confronted with new information, knowledge, and ideas so they can think independently and not merely conform with the majority or most popular opinion. Only by being open-minded and respecting differing beliefs and viewpoints can freedoms be guaranteed. See more »"s Matthew Harrison Brady : Your Honor, I wish. When Rachel testifies against Cates, the stage directions compare her to Brutus, a character in Shakespeare's. She leaves Hillsboro with Cates. Rachel meets Cates and tries to persuade him to admit that he was wrong to teach evolution to his students. An idea to Drummond ". Rachel's father, a zealous fundamentalist preacher, raised her, and she learned at a young age to fear her father and any thoughts she ever had that deviated from fundamentalism. Destroying everybody's belief in the Bible, and in God Drummond responds, "You know that's not true. The situation becomes unbearable for Rachel when she is on the witness stand, and it results in her near breakdown.