I do not believe that any work of art can help but be diminished by its adherence at any cost to a political program, including its author’s, and not for any other reason than that there is no political program – any more than there is a theory of tragedy – which can encompass the complexities of real life.

Source:Arthur Miller's Collected Plays: With an Introduction (1957), Introduction to the Collected Plays, Page 36
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