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in this country our courts are the great levellers and in our courts all men are created equal Describe and explain how justice and injustice are represented through events and characters in To Kill a Mockingbird Justice what is right and fair by all of societys standards and morals is represented along with injustice through events and characters in To Kill a Mockingbird in this country our courts are the great levellers and in our courts all men are created equal Atticus pg227 One type of justice is the legal kind the kind in our courts where men are found guilty or innocent The other is any right or just act The one thing that doesnt abide by majority rule is a persons conscience Atticus pg116 In To Kill a Mockingbird these justices and injustices are represented through Atticus Tom Robinson Arthur Boo Radley and through the prejudices of people In To Kill a Mockingbird Atticus Finch represents the epitome of justice through his belief in equality He has a great belief in the legal system and a belief that it will be fair and equal to all Our courts have their faults as does any human institution but in this country our courts are the great levellers and in our courts all men are created equal Im no idealist to believe in the integrity of our courts and in the jury system - that is no ideal to me it is a living working reality Atticus pgs 226-227 Atticus Finch a lawyer by profession has a deep rooted belief that the court system will be just and fair as that is what it stands for Atticus is also just in that he is not prejudice he does not think himself above another man based on skin colour The handful of people in this town who say that fair play is not marked White Only the handful of people who say a fair
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