Arthur Miller's 1950's play, The Crucible, begged the question, is it better to live with a tarnished reputation, or to die out of principle? The protagonist, John Proctor, is accused of performing witchcraft, and is met with the choice of confessing in order to save his life, or to be put to death. Although Miller's play took place over 300 years ago, the concept and question are still relevant today. In a similar fashion, would you maintain your integrity, no matter the cost? Or would you sacrifice your principles to save your life?