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Most Americans feel that our basic rights as expressed in the Constitution have been circumvented by the combined actions of Congress, the president, and the court system. These three short plays are examples of why we all should be concerned. The Near New Normal depicts what may be the thought process of job applicants in the near future. Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Sex Abuse Victim uses actual citations from his Confessions to illustrate how sex abuse hysteria can easily humiliate and imprison innocent individuals on the basis of ancient and therefore worthless accusations. CP5: The Framing of the Central Park Five concerns an actual event that after 25 years still hasn't brought justice to its victims. This play imagines what the police and Asst. DA might have had to do once they realized they coerced confessions from five innocent youths.

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