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When a man earns the respect of others it is rarely lost no matter what that man does Harper Lees To Kill a Mockingbird dramatically shows how one town chooses to respect a man Atticus Finch Atticus is not only the father of Jem and Scout but also a determined lawyer He endures the hardships of a controversial racial case but never loses his respect as a lawyer when defending a black man This defiantly depicts that Atticus Finch is a well-respected man This is displayed in the fact the white community and black community respect him The white community respects Atticus by electing him to state legislature for another year Since most of the white community hated Atticus for defending a black man Atticus made life pretty hard on Jem and Scout While in school Jem and Scouts classmates were very nice to them This is because their parents told them to be nice to them because they could not help having Atticus for a parent But there is one thing Scout never understands why inspite of Atticuss shortcomings as a parent people were constant to re-elect him to state legislature that year 243 even though most of the white community dislikes him for defending a black man Electing him to state legislature shows that they have respect for him as a lawyer Since Atticus is brave enough to go against the whole town and defend a black man he proves he is qualified to represent it This respect shows that the white community accepts Atticus as a very powerful lawyer and is willing to let him represent their town in state legislature When Atticus defended a black man in court shows even more why he is such a good lawyer and why the white community respects him Not only does the white community respect Atticus the black community displays their respect by giving him a standing ovation after Tom Robinsons trial even though
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