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Atticus' Decision to Support Tom Robinson

Summary: Essay discusses reactions from the town people towards Atticus Finches' decision to defend Tom Robinson in his trial in Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird."
The small county of Maycomb is filled with people who pre judge others just because of the color of their skin or buy what social class they belong to. Yes there are a handful of the honest ones thrown in but the majority is mostly racist people who find a white man supporting a black man some horrible idea. In the story To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee the townspeople don't see anything wrong with treating others poorly because they don't have the same skin tone as them a problem, they just think of it as a part of daily life. There are a few characters that take a stand against prejudice in some effort to bring the county to see the good in what Atticus Finch is trying to accomplish.

The majority of Maycomb was born into prejudice and sees nothing wrong...

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