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What is the inspectors political belief? From an inspector calls?

Hi Free, Here’s a brief answer to contribute towards your question: The Inspector embodies the socialist and communist values in society;he isn’t intimidated or bribed by the Birling’s social status or the power that comes with it.This is significant as he is considered to be of working class(Lower than Mr Birling’s capitalist upper class) and is unique in the sense that he is one of the few people who isn’t afraid to challenge Mr Birling.Ultimately,The Inspector explains how society is self-dependent and requires a collective effort to function effectively.On the other hand, “Blood,fire and anguish” connotates that war will be a fatal consequence of inconsideracy and will lead to even more chaos.Priestley’s intention was to educate his audience on how he believed we should all take care of one another. I hope this helped somewhat.If you have any questions please feel free to ask. This was a quick answer,I didn’t include full analysis or context. With the Inspector,the main things to focus on are: 1)Priestley’s intention with the character 2)His mysterious,critical demeanour 3)The significance of his class when analysing his personality.(Why is he socialist?)

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He is a socialist, who believes in social equality regardless of social class. There is more about it here: https://prezi.com/sadenocfrrqs/socialism-in-an-inspector-calls/

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He is a socialist, who believes in social equality regardless of social class. There is more about it here: https://prezi.com/sadenocfrrqs/socialism-in-an-inspector-calls/

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