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Judicial Inequality in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: Essay comparing judicial inequality in To Kill a Mockingbird" to modern day.
Racial and Social inequality has been around in society since Stone Age. Though social and racial equality has taken steps forward in progress, it can and will never reach equality, as long as society is based on classes. Marxism was of the many solutions to the classes of society, in which all the classes fuse together to form one big class or no classes at all. However, racism plays a big role in the failure of Marxism and others, because as long as people think they are better than others, classes will emerge, thus instilling social and racial inequality. Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird is an untainted window showing the social and racial inequality present in its society, which holds true for reality.

Racial inequality plays a prominent theme with in To Kill a Mockingbird. Since this book takes place in the...

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