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In this book To Kill A Mockingbird Atticus believes that by him representing a black man doesnt mean he has changed and that color doesnt mean anything What does it matter that he is a black man Why did they lose your respect for Atticus Why would they get mad at someone for doing there job Why would they not believe Tom Robinson is a respectable near and a respectable negro would never go up into somebodys yard of his own violence13391362 Why did they have to have a big court case It could have been simple But it was a large one because he was a black man What if he was a white mane Would the case be so big Would they have had to do all that they did All because he was accused of raping white woman Tom Robinson knows his place in the town13391362 Color shouldnt mean anything because there only one kind of folks folks13391362 Why is there a code My option its stupid We all have feelingsAtticus is a lawyer in the town and is able to provide a decent income to support his children People in the town turn to him when in doubt and hell generally say the right thing for the situation He is portrayed as a older man with a love for reading calm decision making and a leader through example He seems to have the qualities that we have now And Atticus while a well known and respected man seems never to reveal too much of his personal life for the sake of revealing it If he does then there is a lesson he wants to teach through thatBut why would most of them turn on Atticus He was only doing his job Atticus doesnt even have a problem with representing a black man He doesnt see whats wrong with the colored He understands them He knows that everybody have feelings But
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