Why was "Inspector Calls" written?

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'Inspector Calls' was written for UK students to help them learn that those who think that they are superior end up worse off and that one person's actions can affect others. Hence one should be responsible for one another.
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I do not understand the nature of the question. Please rephrase and elaborate.
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It's actually a little more complex than that - my Japanese wife did some digging on Japanese Wikipedia, and clarified it somewhat: The manager of Imperial Hotel in Tokyo went to
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The critique of the social structure is still relevant today.
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An Inspector Calls An Inspector calls was written by J B Priestly in 1945, just after the Second World War. Source(s): http://www.123helpme.com/search.asp?text…
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