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Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's timeless 'All My Sons' reflects today's contradictory demands of a free market and ethical behavior

NEW YORK - Joe Keller, the tragic antihero of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" and a man accused of an unethical wartime business decision, generally is played as a folksy sort of fella. Like most people with a hidden past, this small-town Ohioan in 1947 has figured out how to smile his way through scandal and keep the truth from his kids. He hides his secret with a

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