Arthur Miller's drama All My Sons asks a tough question: How far should a man go to secure his family's well-being? The play delves into deeply moral issues regarding our obligations to our fellow man. Divided into three acts, the story unfolds in the following manner:
- Act One: The friendly Keller household is introduced.
- Act Two: The truth about Joe Keller is revealed.
- Act Three: After facing the truth, the characters make final choices.
Like other works by Arthur Miller, All My Sons is a critique of an over zealously capitalistic society. It shows what happens when humans are ruled by greed. It demonstrates how self-denial cannot last forever. And it is Arthur Miller's characters who bring these themes to life.