An Inspector Calls is set in 1912 & was written in 1945. Why is it still popular today?

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An Inspector Calls is set in 1912 & was written in 1945. Why is it still popular today?
1 THESIS STATEMENT: issues that occured back then are either still relevant now or are issues that people don't wish to bring up again
1.1 Conflict in families: "You're not the kind of father a chap could go to"
1.2 Shows what life would be like without healthcare: "There are millions of Eva Smiths & John Smiths left in this world"
1.3 The ending is one that feeds people's curiosities even to this day & is an enjoyable ending
1.4 Teaching that everyone must face their consequences: "We don't live alone. We are members of one body"
1.5 Representing the prejudice viewpoints on:
1.5.1 The lower class: "... as if a girl of that sort would ever refuse money"
1.5.2 Women: "Girls aren't cheap labour. They're people"

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