George Takei was a very popular actor on the show Star Trek. But more importantly he was sent to an internment camp as a child as a result of the Japanese Bombing of Pearl Harbor. But he explains that although this happened to him with a lack of proper reasoning and that he was treated as though he was a villain, his love and patriotism for America did not falter. He realized that this country offers a way of life that is worth fighting for anyways. In, addition he noted that with hard work someone can fully recover in this country even when put deep into adversity. This shows that even when America is struck with problems, the opportunities that it offers are worth the struggle or conflict. A similar situation (although with a very different outcome) occurred in The Crucible when people in colonial America were rounded up for imprisonment in a fearful and cautious fashion. And although America had less potential at the time of that play, today it is quite the opposite. But overall I agree with Takei, because even though fear may cause our society to act irrationally our country is worth committing loyalty to and gives us the opportunity to recover.