Upon our first, he sent out to suppress His nephew’s levies, which to him appeared To be preparation ‘gainst the Polack, But, better looked into, he truly found It was against your highness;

Seems like MANY things could be better looked into.
The default is to glance, to gloss, to glide over things, just let them roll.
Here, a war could have started if someone hadn’t spoken up and the man in charge hadn’t better looked into the situation.

I have been pulling back the curtain over how theatre gets made in America, getting a better look and wishing that, in general, the business were better looked into by people who could do something about it. I feel like Cassandra shouting “Look at this! Look here!” with no recourse to change it.

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