quoted from commenter on IMDB Arthur Miller version "Now, some may still argue that the people should make it their business to know about things and here the schools are to blame because in the schools the people are taught that they are only small s-ts and that the state and its high priest scientists know so much better.
But these high priests are emperors without cloths and not the inventors that bring about the goods, which only few people who have lived among the "academics" understand. And the people do not have the munition to trust the whistle-blowers. They have succumbed to their roles of spectators and found their false safety there in their desperation and anything that disrupts their beliefs causes panic once their habits have been let to go on for too long. These are the things that Ibsen should have touched upon had he known better but he didn't. "