Were mrs.hales and mrs. peters action justified at the end of the play?

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Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters are justified in covering up the evidence that would point to Mrs. Wright’s guilt. Mrs. Wright was a victim of her husband’s abuse, and she couldn’t take it any longer. Because of the patriarchal society in which these women live, Mrs. Wright’s only option to...

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