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As relevant today as it was when first produced, ďAll My SonsĒ is a powerful story of guilt, secrets, morality, and families. Joe Keller and Herbert Deever ran a machine shop that made parts for World War II planes. Pressured to fill an order, Keller knowingly supplied the Army with defective parts, which caused the planes to crash, killing 21 men. When called to account, Keller engineered his own exoneration and falsely accused Deever. Now, Kellerís son is to marry Deeverís daughter, and Kellerís lie is revealed.